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Florida players decided to block each other instead of Georgia Southern during the Gators' 26-20 loss. Now the memes are making fun of them.
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Just three short months ago, Florida was ranked No. 10 to start the season. Nobody thought we’d see this type of struggle, and there was no way that an FCS team could make the Gators flinch.
However, the Gators lost to Georgia Southern of the FCS this weekend, validating how much everyone overrated the team in 2013. Four losses to unranked opponents is unheard of for a top-tier...
The Florida Times-Union's headline, "The Gators Choke On A Cupcake," literally says it all after Florida's loss to Georgia Southern.
According to Craiglist, the Florida Gators have a job opening to replace Will Muschamp as the program's new head coach.
In a season of bad luck and things gone wrong, we're pretty sure for the once-proud and always big-talking Florida Gators have hit rock-bottom.The Gators got beat Saturday afternoon by FBS (D-1AA), Georgia Southern 26-20, in the Swamp.We could go on for a long, long time about all the mistakes Florida and coach Will Muschamp made and how they got beat by a team that threw for...
GAINESVILLE, Fla. The Gators made history Saturday.
None they will want to remember though.
The cold hard facts from Saturday's 26-20 loss to Georgia Southern read like this:
-- The Gators lost to a Division I-AAFCS team for the first time -- they were 15-0 previously -- since the division formed in 1978; Georgia Southern defeated a Division IFBS program for the first time...
Will Muschamp will be sticking around for at least another season Gators fans. According to sources with the Orlando Sentinel , Muschamp will return but there are major staff changes expected. It’s been long rumored that he would have to overhaul the offensive staff since the offense has been pretty non existent during his tenure.
The Gators are in the middle of a 6 game losing...
Oh, how the mighty have fallen.
The Florida Gators, an SEC powerhouse just a few short years ago, dropped a 26-20 decision to Georgia Southern at home on Saturday — their sixth straight loss and the first in school history to an FCS opponent.
Adding insult to injury was the fact that the Eagles did not complete a single pass and still managed to rack up 429 yards of total offense...
They are never going to live this down.
H/T The Nosebleeds
It’s safe to say that the wheels have completely come off in Gainesville, Florida. The Gators, who will not be bowl eligible this season, have just lost to FCS school Georgia Southern. The Eagles ran the ball 54 times for 429 yards, out-gaining UF by 150 yards. They won despite not completing one pass (0/3) on the afternoon.
On the game’s final play, Gators quarterback Skyler...
The Gators' depleted roster desperately needs help and will get it with the return of point guard Scottie Wilbekin.
Wilbekin, a senior, was reinstated Sunday from his five-game suspension and will be on the court when No. 16 Florida visits Jacksonville on Monday.
Gators coach Billy Donovan suspended Wilbekin in June for undisclosed reasons, shortly after he helped lead the...
The Florida Gators will fire Brent Pease and Tim Davis, according to Bruce Feldman of CBS Sports.
Sometimes, you just have Ice Up and take a mulligan on the season.
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— Adam Stawara (@AdamStawara) November 25, 2013
A photo of two Florida Gators players blocking each other during their loss to Georgia Southern went viral on the Internet over the weekend, and now a GIF has finally emerged. Definitely tough to watch if you’re a Gators fan.
[The Big Lead]
One of the top signal callers in the class of 2015 was on hand earlier today as the Florida Gators suffered a historic loss to Georgia Southern. Alexander has made multiple visits to the University of Florida and is very comfortable with offensive coordinator Brent Pease.
The Gators head into Saturday’s rivalry game against Florida State on a six-game losing streak and aiming at the worst season in the program since 1979. The support of Will Muschamp from Florida administration hasn’t changed, and Muschamp doesn’t expect that to change this offseason. He didn’t address potential staff changes, but Muschamp continues to face heat heading into...