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First and Three Q&A For the Florida Gators Every week Sports Talk Florida contributor Junior Skepple will pick three questions from Gator fans and answer them. Here is the first edition of “First and Three” for the Florida Gators.
Aaaaaaand we’re back. Right back to where we were last season, as the Gators ended the year with a thud, losing seven in a row and missing out on a bowl game. Fans and pundits all over north central
It wasn’t so long ago that I was here talking about how we should enjoy the first couple weeks of the season before things got tough. How we should savor victories like last Saturday’s. I hope you took my advice.
The further we get from Saturday’s thrilling triple-overtime Florida win over Kentucky, the more I think about how lucky we were. No, no, no, not how lucky we were to beat Kentucky. How lucky we were to witness a
A triple-overtime win versus Kentucky would be a nice headline for the Gators – but it is not March – and John Calipari was not on the sidelines in the Swamp on Saturday. After narrowly beating head coach Mark
Florida-Kentucky can legitimately be called a rivalry on the basketball court, but I think you would have a hard time arguing that the rivalry extends to the football field. It’s been almost 30 years since the Gator football team lost
This is what competent football teams are supposed to look like. Sure, you might not be able to take much out of Florida’s 65-0 rout of Eastern Michigan on Saturday, but know this. The Eagles were a team the
College football analysts have spent most of the last week overreacting to Week One’s slate of games. Kenny Hill and Texas A&M are on their way to a national championship. Georgia looks unbeatable. These
The Florida Gators were fired up and itching to kick off their 2014 campaign last weekend, but unfortunately due to inclement weather the season opener was suspended. On Wednesday, UF Athletics Director Jeremy Foley announced that the game was ruled
It just wouldn’t have made any sense. After some deliberation, and many hours of standing in the pouring rain, the Florida Gators and the Idaho Vandals have agreed to declare their would-be season opener a no contest. The game