It's the end of the regular season, and a game that promised to be one of the year's headliners when 2013 began is now more of a formality, with Florida State eying the BCS and Florida already guaranteed to miss out on a bowl for the first time since 1990.
about 140 days ago | David M. Hale | Florida State Seminoles
GAINESVILLE, Fla. -- Here are five things to watch as the Florida Gators (4-7, 3-5 in the Southeastern Conference) play host to the Florida State Seminoles (11-0, 8-0 in the Atlantic Coast Conference) on Saturday at noon ET (ESPN) in the final game of the regular season.
GAINESVILLE, Fla. -- Every year the most storied rivalries in college football add another chapter. On Saturday in the Swamp the steamroller squares off against the spoiler. This is what it's come down to: The once-mighty Gators are merely a speed bump in the way of the hated Seminoles' ascension to the mountaintop of a BCS championship berth.
about 144 days ago | Jeff Barlis | Florida State Seminoles
GAINESVILLE, Fla. -- Here's what we learned about the Gators after their 26-20 loss to Georgia Southern on Saturday: 1. Florida needs Tyler Murphy back: All week the Florida coaching staff expressed its confidence in third-string quarterback Skyler Mornhinweg by saying he was ready to use more of the playbook in his next start.
GAINESVILLE, Fla. -- Just when it appeared Florida's season of discontent could get no worse, it did. The Gators lost to an FCS opponent for the first time in school history Saturday, and with that 26-20 loss to Georgia Southern, UF (4-7, 3-5 in the SEC) has its first losing season since 1979, as well as an end to a 22-year run of bowl games that was the longest active streak in the nation.
GAINESVILLE, Fla. -- Here are five things to watch as the Florida Gators (4-6, 3-5 in the Southeastern Conference) play host to the Georgia Southern Eagles (6-4, 4-4 in the Southern Conference) on Saturday at 2 p.
GAIINESVILLE, Fla. -- Imagine being a redshirt freshman quarterback making his debut on the road against at top-10 team at night with a national cable TV audience watching. Then picture looking across the line of scrimmage and seeing the nation's most intimidating player lined up in a three-point stance and ready to pounce.
If Trinity Christian (Deltona, Fla.) quarterback Paxton Lynch ends up playing for Florida, or even South Florida, it's going to take a commitment from those schools. "He's good enough to be offered a scholarship," said David Lynch, Paxton's father.
about 813 days ago | Corey Long | NCF On The Trail