The Vols are two-touchdown underdogs for their first road trip of the season.
Pat Dooley, Sun sports columnist: Florida 34, Tennessee 21
Robbie Andreu, Sun college football writer: Florida 28, Tennessee 24
Graham Hall, Sun correspondent: Florida 31, Tennessee 13
Zach Abolverdi, Guest picker, Lake City Reporter staffer: Florida 31, Tennessee 17
Gatorsports.com: Florida 28, Tennessee 20
What say you?
I’ve posted UF 31-17 a couple of times already, so I’ll stick with Zach.
Years ago we sometimes forgot that the Viet Cong got a vote in outcomes too — anybody poll UT to see what they think?
Regardless, I’ve learned to go with Shiver, so what Joe said.
With only two available scholarship quarterbacks for the remainder of the season and no option to pick up a free agent to play the position, Mullen will shelve the Run-Pass Option and retool his offense towards pro-style. Jones will play but won’t run much. There will be growing pains. The running backs will get more carries at the expense of the quarterbacks. I expect a close game. 17-14 Gators.
Gators 21-17. Gators will be ready but Vols play better than expected by most odds makers.
I’m going out on a limb to say the Gators will be up 17-0 at the half.
Oh hell, I’ll go ahead and call it 34-3, Florida.
OK, I cheated. But so what? There’s not enough people posting anymore for anyone to care. Go Gators anyway.
OK Postradamus and thank you for not calling me out for predicting a close game.
Sly, the way the Gators were playing f*** around before finally putting it in again at the half, I just figured you were brilliant-as-usual!
OH MY, 6! You’re a savant!