Dooley Noted: Gators still have a ton to play for

Florida Gators quarterback Kyle Trask (11) is sacked by Georgia Bulldogs defensive lineman Malik Herring (10) and Georgia Bulldogs defensive lineman Jordan Davis (99) in the second half. The Georgia Bulldogs defeated the Florida Gators 24-17 at TIAA Bank Field Saturday, November 2, 2019 in Jacksonville, FL. [Doug Engle/Gainesville Sun]2019

Pat Dooley, Gainesville Sun sports columnist, talks in this episode of the Dooley Noted podcast about the Florida Gators game against Georgia and has an interview with SEC Network talent Peter Burns, and of course Three Things.

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0:45 It was an odd weekend in college football

2:25 Florida Georgia fans can party together, the tailgating was awesome

3:40 No Gators fan loved the outcome of this game

4:15 Lets Talk Florida Georgia game

6:15 This team is pretty good, but played poor

8:15 The timeout/armband issue

10:00 The youth and depth may have put UF behind to start the year

11:50 UF has to recruit better

13:05 The catch that was ruled a catch

14:20 Florida didn’t play very well at all

16:10 Florida still has a chance to win the East

18:30 Florida gave a great effort to win

19:50 Still a lot to play for

22:00 Willie Taggart fired

24:45 Potential coaching hires for FSU

27:25 Interview with Peter Burns, SEC Network,

38:45 Lets talk College Football playoffs

41:35 Gators in the CFP

43:50 Other college football things

45:52 UF basketball starts their season

46:55 Three Things


      • Yeah, some fans look at Urban Meyer year two in 2006. What you have to remember there is that the offense wasn’t great that year. What was great, one of the greatest all time, was the defense. Meyer is a great coach but he was lucky to have inherited that defense and defensive coordinator Strong, not to mention a lot of talent on offense. This Gator team this year still has a lot to play for and Mullen has done a great job turning around the offense. We still have a way to go but we are well on our way.

      • I’m with you guys. Being in the playoff conversation was nice while it lasted, but I suppose it was a little too much to ask in year two. Still, to lose only two games and have them be to top 6 teams would be a special season in my book. Of course, there’s still business to take care of to make that happen.

  1. Stoops…Schmoops!

    The moniker “Big Game” is only true if taken in the context of losing them. With the exception of the 13-2 beatdown on the Noles in the 2000 BCS natty game, which if truth be told I can still see the “Mommy I think I wet myself!” look on good old Boobie’s face, what “big” games did Stoops win?

    Let them have the old retread. I’m with CDM!