Florida's 48 for 2014, No. 48: Why the Gators can't lose, even if they do
I don't have article-length things to say about every single player on Florida's roster, so I'm not doing a roster countdown. I don't have pictures of historic players — I wish I did — so I can't do ... Gators go 8-4, or 7-5 with hair's-breadth losses ...
Florida Gators football: Recruiting roller coaster
In recruiting, you often have to take the bad with the good, the ups with the downs. That could not be truer for the Florida Gators ... the loss of junior cornerbacks Loucheiz Purifoy and Marcus Roberson, who are both leaving early for the NFL Draft.
How Do You Solve a Problem Like the Gators?: Notes on Restoring Balance in the Georgia Bulldogs' Most Important College Football Rivalry (Part II)
One problem (which I know is obvious, but we are trying to get back to fundamentals here) is that, in 18 of the last 21 years (counting 2010), Florida has been led by the men who are far and away the best two coaches the Gators have ever had. The ...
Horseshoes at the Old Ball Coach’s Club
Joe Paterno was the outlier, a career stretching 50+ years, all at Penn State, and ending after an extreme scandal rather than from the more pedestrian shame of too many losses. The 2009 firing of Florida ... NFL, the only coach in this article to have ...
How many Hall of Famers does a one-title team deserve?
So does ... have nine, by far the most of any one-hit wonder in history. Nine. Nearly half (five) of their starting defense. Now, a couple of things are possible here. One is that the Chiefs might have been the most underachieving team in the history of ...