Posted November 26, 2012 on
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. – As the medication wore off at the end of the game and Jeff Driskel started to feel his ankle sprain more, the Florida quarterback welcomed the pain. The real damage had already been delivered on the field while the Gators were running out the clock for a 37-26 win. It would have taken much more than Driskel’s ankle sprain to keep the sophomore quarterback off the field.
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What’s hotter than a frog giggin’ cheerleader in the SEC? Very little. That’s why we’re now naming Florida cheerleader the “SEC’s Hottest Frog Giggin’ Cheerleader.” The competition (there was none) couldn’t come up with the resume to steal this title from Gators QB Jeff Driskel’s girlfriend.
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Florida State defensive end Bjoern Werner is having himself quite a game against Florida.
The junior German-born Seminole has sacked Florida quarterback Jeff Driskel three times in the battle for the Florida Cup, and he took part in a game-changing series of events that put Florida State up 17-13. Driskel was running a read option when signals got crossed between he and his running...
On Saturday night, college football fans in every corner of the country other than the South will have no choice but to become Notre Dame fans. That’s because to avoid another national nightmare- i.e., an all-SEC National Championship Game- the Irish need to hold on and win at USC.
We’re just kidding of course, but that’s the reality college football fans are facing, courtesy...