QB debate continues as No. 13 Florida routs USF 42-20
No. 13 Florida tuned up for the start of Southeastern Conference play with a 42-20 rout of overmatched South Florida that did little to answer the question of whether starter Emory Jones or backup Anthony Richardson is best suited to run the Gators offense.
Florida-Oklahoma in Cotton Bowl dozen years after title game
That BCS National Championship game 12 seasons ago was the only meeting between the No. While outside of the College Football Playoff, it will be the first New Year's Six bowl game played in this pandemic-affected season. 6 CFP) are back in the NFL stadium where they won their sixth consecutive Big 12 championship earlier this month. 12 Iowa State in the Big 12 title game on Dec. 19, opted out to focused on the NFL draft. Rattler was the first-team AP All-Big 12 quarterback after throwing for 2,784 yards and 25 TDs, the most nationally for a freshman.
No. 6 Florida runs past Tennessee 31-19
Kyle Trask threw for 433 yards and four touchdowns, and the Gators beat Tennessee 31-19 on Saturday to clinch a spot in the SEC championship game. “It felt like they threw on every snap.”Playing with a depleted roster, Tennessee (2-6) dropped its sixth consecutive game. Florida stretched a 10-point halftime advantage to 24-7 with a 75-yard drive capped by an 8-yard pass from Trask to Trevon Grimes. “I think they did a great job — Tennessee — throughout the game of giving us some different looks," Trask said. The Tennessee defense stiffened and forced the Gators into a field goal attempt from 53 yards.
Heisman front-runner? Trask, No. 6 Florida thump Hogs 63-35
Arkansas acting head coach Barry Odom, center, watches a stadium video monitor after Florida scored a touchdown during the first half of an NCAA college football game, Saturday, Nov. 14, 2020, in Gainesville, Fla. (AP Photo/Phelan M. Ebenhack)
Heisman front-runner? Trask, No. 6 Florida thump Hogs 63-35
Trask repeatedly torched the Razorbacks (3-4), who were without coach Sam Pittman and without much of a chance by halftime. It was the second time this season Trask tossed six TDs in a game. “I think I did a great job of executing and being efficient,” said Trask, who now has an SEC-record 28 TD passes and just three interceptions in six games. He became the third player in school history with at least 25 touchdown passes in multiple years, joining Heisman Trophy winners Tim Tebow and Danny Wuerffel. Florida: The Gators have the offense to beat anyone and the defense to keep everyone in games.
Florida has potential for championships in Mullens 3rd year
It also could be Mullen taking over-the-top precaution as the eighth-ranked Gators get ready to begin a championship-or-bust season. We have the potential to go compete for a championship and be a championship team, said Mullen, who is 21-5 in two seasons in Gainesville. But I think we have that potential, which is really good and its really exciting. Florida won 10 games in Mullens first season and 11 in Year 2. This season, Wilson has All-SEC potential and fellow cornerback Kaiir Elam is considered a rising star after a breakout freshman year.
Gators Breakdown: Does the outlook for the 2020 Gators change after revamped schedule? | Fall camp notes
It’s never easy playing in the SEC, and it just became more difficult with the revamped 10-game conference schedule for 2020. Join David Waters and Will Miles (ReadandReaction.com) as the two discuss the difficulties of the schedule and how it affects Florida’s chances for a big season. Also, Dave and Will look back at what Mullen had to say in his latest press conference. LISTEN: Catch up on previous episodes of Gators BreakdownFollow David Waters on Twitter @GatorDave_SEC to stay plugged in, or click one of the following to tune in:Megaphone | Apple Podcasts | YouTube | Google Play | Stitcher
No. 8 Florida gets WRs Grimes, Toney, Copeland back at camp
8 Florida has its top two receivers back at practice and ready to play this season. Coach Dan Mullen confirmed Tuesday that Trevon Grimes and Kadarius Toney have returned after missing the first few days of fall camp. Good to have some of those guys out to create some depth.It's still unclear why Grimes, Toney and Copeland sat out the first few practices. Toney and Copeland expressed concerns earlier this month about playing amid the coronavirus pandemic. Theyve had no positive tests or anyone quarantined because of exposure in August.
Gators Breakdown: Schedule Reaction | 2020 fall camp starts
We learned the 10 conference opponents last week for the 2020 Florida Gators, and now, we know “the when” of the Florida Gators 2020 football schedule. Join David Waters and Nick de la Torre (GatorCountry.com) as they break down the 2020 schedule. Also, the two take a look at what Dan Mullen had to say as fall camp starts. LISTEN: Catch up on previous episodes of Gators BreakdownFollow David Waters on Twitter @GatorDave_SEC to stay plugged in, or click one of the following to tune in:Megaphone | Apple Podcasts | YouTube | Google Play | Stitcher
Florida opens practice short-handed, Mullen expects opt-outs
GAINESVILLE, Fla. Florida coach Dan Mullen had several players miss the teams opening training camp practice Monday. We had a couple guys not practice today, but well see how that goes moving forward for us, Mullen said during a Zoom call with reporters. His father, Frank Carter, told Rivals that his son has significant concerns. First of all, hes my son and I support him, Frank Carter told the recruiting website. I think its the team thats able to adapt best to whatever situation theres a lot of moving parts and the team thats able to adapt will end up holding up that national championship trophy at the end of the season."
Gators Breakdown: SEC adjusting schedule | Could some Gators decide to opt-out? | Recruiting update
A jam-packed episode of Gators Breakdown! With the SECs announcement of pushing the season start date back to September 26, the conference also announced an adjustment to fall camp to help maneuver around COVID-19. Join David Waters and Will Miles (ReadandReaction.com) as they discuss what that means for the Gators preseason preparation. Also, David and Will hit on:Could some Gators decide to opt-out and not play this season? Kamar Wilcoxson reclassifyingDesmond Watson's commitmentThe Palmetto crew recruitmentLISTEN: Catch up on previous episodes of Gators BreakdownFollow David Waters on Twitter @GatorDave_SEC to stay plugged in, or click one of the following to tune in:Megaphone | Apple Podcasts | YouTube | Google Play | Stitcher
Gators Breakdown: Game Review | Florida 38 S.Carolina 27
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -On a soggy Saturday in Columbia, SC, Kyle Trask overcomes a slow start as the Gators rebound for a 38-27 win over South Carolina. LISTEN: Catch up on previous episodes of Gators BreakdownDavid Waters is joined by Will Sammon (The Athletic) to break down Trask's performance, Jacob Copeland's big day, and the defense's run stopping issues. Follow @GatorDave_SEC to stay plugged in, or click one of the following to tune in:Megaphone | A pple Podcasts | YouTube | Google PlayCopyright 2019 by WJXT News4Jax - All rights reserved.