Found September 17, 2013 on Fox Sports Tennessee:
FOX Sports South's college football writers and guests offer a weekly preview of the upcoming slate. This week, FOX Sports South producer Kyle Payne joins the show to offer insight on Alabama-Texas A&M, the Pac-12Big 12 races and more. Here is the Week 4 preview, featuring a few under-the-radar rivalry games and one showdown of ranked West Coast programs: Five Matchups to Watch Clemson at N.C. State (Thu.): This has all the makings of a "Clemson Being Clemson" moment. N.C. State has taken down Clemson and Florida State, respectively, in back-to-back seasons. Can Tajh Boyd and the Tigers' high-powered offense avoid the letdown game this time around? Tennessee at Florida: Two SEC teams in desperate need of a pick-me-up win following lackluster outings. Will Jeff Driskel ever put the Gators on the right track offensively? Michigan State at Notre Dame: Can the Spartans continue to win games despite a fruitless attack? The defense has been spectacular even outs...

Jeff Driskel confident as Gators turn focus to Vols

GAINESVILLE, Fla. -- His record as Floridas starting quarterback is 11-3 (12-3 if you count that he played the majority of the 2012 opener and started, just not at QB), but those aren't the numbers Jeff Driskel has been hearing and reading about the last week or so. The one that's come up is 10, as in the number of turnovers the UF junior has committed (six interceptions...

Updated 2014 NFL Mock Draft

With 2 weeks into the season Lomas brings his weekly mock draft. We all had a hunch the 2014 NFL Draft class was going to be thick with talent and although the college season is still young, it doesn’t appear it is going to disappoint. The first round should be locked and loaded with blue chip talent. Check out the full first round mock of the NFL Draft below. Full 1st Round Projections...

Pease plans to simplify red zone for Driskel

After two red zone interceptions in Florida’s loss to Miami, Florida offensive coordinator Brent Pease wants to dial things back for quarterback Jeff Driskel. The offensive problem didn’t have anything to do with what happened until reaching the Miami 20-yard line. Florida moved the ball for 413 yards, but once it got in the red zone, decision-making limited the offense.

Driskel: Handle us, and we’ll be fine

Five huge turnovers and other mistakes in the red zone loom large from last week’s 21-16 loss at Miami. Florida quarterback Jeff Driskel is nursing a knee injury, but will be fine for Saturday’s SEC opening match against Tennessee and says the Gators need to eliminate their own mistakes and they have enough to get it done this week. He says they spent the bye week working on...

Williams could see expanded role

CLEMSON – Following the first practice of preseason camp in August, Tajh Boyd was not shy when asked about Mike Williams.

Vols defense confident heading into Florida matchup

By Riley Blevins KNOXVILLE, Tenn. -- Think of it like swinging a baseball bat with a donut on it. Baseball players habitually stride to the on-deck circle, slide the weighted ring down the barrel of their club and swing it from side-to-side. Side-to-side, side-to-side. Repeat. When the actual at-bat arrives, swinging the bat feels effortless. They're used...

Muschamp SEC Teleconference

Florida head coach Will Muschamp talked to the national media on Wednesday before the Gators meet up with the Tennessee Volunteers on Saturday in The Swamp. Muschamp talked about his team, some young guys that are getting looks in practice, the progression of quarterback Jeff Driskel, and more.

Early Analysis: Tennessee at Florida

Tennessee (2-1) at No. 19 Florida (1-1) Saturday, 3:30 PM EST, CBS Line: Florida -14.5 The first year of the SEC Championship Game was 1992. From 1992 to 2001, the only two SEC East teams who went to the SEC Championship Game were Florida and Tennessee. During that time, these two schools combined for seven SEC Championships. More recently, from 2006 to 2009 these two...

Clemson-NC State Preview

Clemson began the season with an impressive win over a top 5 team, had no issues dispatching an FCS opponent a week later and now is hoping a little rest didn't slow its high-octane offense heading into its ACC opener. Considering what happened the last time the third-ranked Tigers faced North Carolina State, that shouldn't be a problem. Tajh Boyd set a conference record...

ACC raises Clemsoning Threat Level to Orange

Tonight the No. 3 Clemson Tigers head to North Carolina State to take on a 2-0 Wolfpack team looking to take advantage of a home field crowd on a Thursday night. Due to the circumstances, the ACC has raised the Clemsoning Threat Level to Orange, the second highest threat level under the brand new color-coded system. The third-ranked team in the country currently represents the...
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