Dr. Football told you things were about to get interesting. Shoot, we had the upset of the year last week, a highly-respected athletic director fined for being honest (Kirby Hocutt, Texas Tech, transparency is frowned upon in college football) and...
Pat Dooley, the Gainesville Sun sports columnist, talks in this episode of the Dooley Noted podcast about the Florida Gators upcoming game against South Carolina. Pat brings in guest Andy Staples, college football writer for the Athletic, and talks about South Carolina defense, fun facts about USC, the need for special teams to shine, rivalry and of course Three Things.
Starting QB will play Saturday vs. Gators, Muschamp says
A misconception often exists in each college football defeat: the belief that performance and outcome are inherently linked, that improvement can’t exist without success. After Florida’s 14-point loss in Baton Rouge last Saturday, the Gators are hoping to be evidence...
Offensive line coach John Hevesy said he’s seeing some encouraging signs from the big guys up front. Progress is being made, he said.
Gainesville Sun Sports columnist Pat Dooley recaps the Florida Gators loss to LSU in this episode of the Dooley Noted podcast. Today guest is Josh Kendall, sports writer with The Athletic, also topics include Florida offense, penalties, the LSU atmosphere, this weekends games and of course Three Things.
He’s rushed for 392 yards and four touchdowns and is the team’s third-leading receiver with 20 catches for 105 yards and two touchdowns. He’s also excelled in pass protection.
The numbers say it all: 42 points allowed, 511 total yards, 10.6 yards a play, plays of 57, 54, 36, 33, 25 and 19 yards surrendered, 0 sacks, 0 quarterback hurries, 1 tackle for loss, 0 turnovers.
Gators working on stopping the run.
Gators hope to get back defensive ends Jon Greenard and Jabari Zuniga
The Gators got off to a slow start on offense and defense.
The loss ends UF’s 10-game winning streak and drops the Gators to 6-1 overall and 3-1 in the SEC. LSU, now viewed as a serious threat to Alabama in the SEC West, improves to 6-0 and 2-0.