Hey, Gator fans: having trouble with FSU fans who just won’t stop repeating “37-7″ like a broken record? Here’s your answer.
The video of this game provides a window into the past for young people (even younger than myself) into this rivalry, and proves that the Florida-FSU rivalry goes back and forth. Both teams have their good years and their bad years, and if the mid 00′s weren’t a good enough reminder of that, maybe this is. FSU’s up right now, but they’ve never beaten Florida quite like this.
So enjoy. And remember, as Gator fans, we will enjoy beatings like this again someday.
I hope you guys enjoyed my history of the Florida-Georgia rivalry piece that I reposted on here yesterday as a refresher (after it was originally posted on Alligator Army). Hopefully now you guys either understand, or are reminded why this game … Continue reading →
Meet Kalif Jackson, a 6’5 receiver from Jacksonville who’s built more like a tight end. He could be a huge red zone threat for the Gators, and appears to be a great fit for Kurt Roper’s new offense as the dependable fate route target.
Despite losing several commits over the past week or so, Florida’s starting to gain them back. Jackson’s first, and watch out for a few more to come in the ensuing days and weeks.
I hope you guys are enjoying my game by game projections so far. Right now, I have Florida at 5-2, and coming off a huge win against Missouri in the Swamp. Their next game, following a bye week… is against … Continue reading →
The Gator Raid of Buckeye country continues. Highly touted offensive lineman George Brown (Cincinnati, OH/Winton Woods HS) has committed to Florida. He’s the second Top 300 recruit from the state of Ohio to commit to Florida in the past couple … Continue reading →
The Gators are 4-2 in my 2014 season projections, and probably ranked somewhere in the low 20′s. Up next: a critical game against the defending SEC East Champs, the Missouri Tigers. Win, and the Gators remain in the thick of the … Continue reading →
I’d like to start this article off by thanking Neil and the crew for bringing me back to In All Kinds of Weather to cover Florida football and basketball. Sports writing is one of my passions and for Neil to … Continue reading →
What a tough break for somebody who figured to get a lot of playing time this year. Playing in a summer league game, Florida G DeVon Walker tore his ACL. The recovery time is expected to take more than the … Continue reading →
The Gators are 4-1 in my 2014 season projections, and probably ranked somewhere in the high teens. They’ll put both those numbers to the test against a depleted, but still talented LSU squad that’s lost three out of their last … Continue reading →
HOOVER, Ala. — Will Muschamp has a solution for the Gators’ problems: Winning a lot of football games in 2014. “There will be a lot of chatter about hot seat business and that’s part of it,” Muschamp said. “The way … Continue reading →