Found October 24, 2011 on
The Bull Gator:
The find out what the below means, go here for the original post. Here's the short version: One Eyed Willy and I predicted how many times out of 100 each SEC team would beat each of their opponents. Each week we go back and revise our predictions for the Gators based on what occurred. It could be based on Florida's play or that of their future opponents, but things change. If the Gators win, we bump that game to 100. If they lose, it drops to zero. Simple enough.Three losses in a row hurts the overall win total. It puts us both south of eight wins and has one of us rounding down to seven. With only five games to go and four wins expected from those five, things get more interesting than they already were.For a little history, we start with our original prediction for the Gators:Here is Florida after the loss to LSU:And finally, after the defeat at the hands of Auburn:I've kept things relatively similar to what they were after the first loss to a team that went by the nic...
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Without the benefit of research or any real thought comes the quick look. This time around we look at an event formerly known as the World’s Largest Outdoor Cocktail Party. If you want to be official, it’s the Florida vs. Georgia Football Classic, but few call it that (I have a t-shirt that ignores that name entirely). They know what it really is and what it was intended to be...
Florida quarterback John Brantley is returning to practice and is expected to play against No. 22 Georgia on Saturday.
Brantley badly sprained his right ankle against Alabama on Oct. 1 and missed the next two games.
The Gators have lost three in a row, and coach Will Muschamp says Brantley's return will be ''a huge psychological shock'' for a team trying to...
Hall of Fame Coach Pat Dye writes about the Auburn Tigers and this week's UGA-UF contest.
In a backcourt trying to find shots for everyone, Scottie Wilbekin isn’t the least of Florida’s concerns. The defensive-minded, pass-first point guard won’t change his role this season. With the scoring guards around him, the sophomore knows that his role will be to set them up with more shots.
University of Florida head coach Will Muschamp announced on Tuesday that sophomores Gerald Christian (Palm Beach Gardens, Fla.) and Robert Clark (Palm Beach Gardens, Fla.) intend to transfer from the program.
GAINESVILLE, Fla. (AP) -- Florida quarterback John Brantley is returning to practice and is expected to play against No. 22 Georgia on Saturday.
Auburn Coach Gene Chizik discusses his team coming off the loss to LSU and talks about facing Ole Miss this Saturday.
Auburn's Clint Moseley talks about his first start at LSU, handling the pressure, and what he learned.
Florida defensive lineman Sharrif Floyd is part of a young group of players for the Gators that knows they have to focus on themselves as much as the opponents in front of them to get better. A bye week and some time spent focusing on the small things inside the game of football has Floyd and his teammates focused on getting better.
GAINESVILLE, Fla. - The LSU soccer team made history on a beautiful Sunday afternoon in Gainesville by shutting out the 11th-ranked Florida Gators by a 1-0 score to clinch its fourth SEC Western Division championship in five seasons with its first win over Florida in program history.
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Gene Chizik just called Ole Miss "the best 2-5 team in the country."
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Granted, Ole Miss...