Posted November 18, 2012 on
Jon Bostic fired all his collegiate points in one home game — his last. Senior Day, a matchup versus Jacksonville State, was a poetic contest in the Swamp for the Gators’ seasoned veterans. Three of Florida’s 19 senior players rocketed all of the orange and blue’s 23 points in the shutout, and Bostic trotted away with six of them.
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This Jacksonville State wide receiver may go by the name of Kevyn Cooper, but folks may be referring to him as Houdini after the play he pulled off during Saturday's game against No. 6 Florida. It certainly can be related to a magician pulling a rabbit out of his hat.Watch as Cooper hauls in a pass from Gamecocks quarterback Marques Ivory and proceeds to emerge from an almost...
The bad news for Jacksonville State was that it will have to start a new streak after Florida became the first team to hold the Gamecocks scoreless in 12 years.
The good news is the Alabama school left town with its athletic department $500,000 richer after its 23-0 loss to the No. 7 Gators on Saturday. The half-million payout to the Gamecocks will go a long way to balance out the...
Oregon was simply too tall, too skilled for Jacksonville State, routing the Gamecocks 67-45 Monday night.
After sitting out against Jacksonville State with a sprained right ankle, Florida quarterback Jeff Driskel will return to the practice field on Tuesday as the team begins preparation for Florida State. That’s all coach Will Muschamp knows at this point. Driskel is expected to play on Saturday, but Muschamp isn’t sure if he will start.