With the return of CC Jefferson and David Reese, Florida’s defense has been tough. Florida is the better team in the red zone both offensively and defensively. Florida 20-16.
Last time Florida won in Starkville was 2009, Dan Mullen’s first year at MSU.
I hope I’m wrong but I don’t see a Gator victory here. MSU 27 – Florida 13.
When most of the relevant Gator games are televised and being able to see them in the comfort of your home it’s pretty much a no brainer. Especially if you’re living by modest means. Add the uncertainly of the product on the field, hassles of parking, crowds, traffic congestion, weather, cancellations the past two seasons, etc., a flip of the dial on Saturdays makes that all go away. then there’s those inflated booster contributions that are forced upon you.
I would have to disagree about UCF. Weaker opponents, not a Power 5.
ESPN’s FPI has Alabama #1, UCF #21.
In a 4 team play-off teams that lose 2 games and win conference championships devalue themselves.
Too bad Auburn didn’t beat Georgia. And too bad Ohio State didn’t trounce Wisconsin with another 59-0 beat down. There’s a good chance you would have been looking at two 2-loss teams in the play-offs and Alabama left out of the picture. The push for an 8-team playoff would have materialized much sooner. And speaking of sooner as in Sooners – I’m rooting big time for Oklahoma to beat the dog out of Georgia.
I wonder if Lane Kiffin gets a call.
Now UT has resurrected Phat Phil as temporary AD as in aging Aging Dinosaur.
UT is looking at a possible $5.5 million buyout of Currie on top of the $8.5 million to Butch “Champions of Life” Jones.
JIM you are spot on.When a program loses a coach, the dominance once held usually falls. Look no further to when SOS and UM left Florida. Alabama and Clemson have been fortunate in keeping their head coaches.
I wouldn’t be surprised if Mark Richt has Randy back at UM.