Posted September 08, 2013 on
MIAMI GARDENS, Fla. -- The Gators allowed 69 yards over the final three quarters, with 36 coming on a big play after a missed tackle by cornerback Loucheiz Purifoy. However, Florida head coach Will Muschamp didn’t hesitate to give the defense plenty of blame. The defensive players agreed. Florida’s offense sputtered all game, but the defense struggled by allowing Miami momentum early in the game.
BEST OF MAXIM
The Miami Hurricanes pulled ahead early and never looked back, capitalizing on five Florida turnovers, on the way to knocking off the No. 9 Gators 21-16 Saturday.
Nothing seemed to go right for the Gators from the outset. After receiving the opening kickoff, running back Matt Jones fumbled on the first drive of the game and his first game back from injury. But that was just the beginning...
MIAMI GARDENS, Fla. (AP) -- Stephen Morris threw two first-quarter touchdown passes, and Miami took advantage of Florida giving the ball away on four red-zone opportunities on the way to knocking off the 12th-ranked Gators 21-16 on Saturday.
Duke Johnson added a 2-yard touchdown run with 3:29 left to make it 21-9 Miami (2-0), which has won four straight games for the first time...
Miami's win over Florida on Saturday propelled the Hurricanes into the Associated Press top 25 poll.
The Hurricanes are ranked 15th in Sunday's poll after a 21-16 win over the Gators on Saturday at Sun Life Stadium. Miami had received votes in last week's poll, putting the Hurricanes at No. 26.
Miami is ranked in the AP poll for the first time since November 2010.
It's hard to win a football game committing five turnovers.
It's impossible when three of those turnovers occur inside the red zone.
The Florida Gators found that out in Sun Life Stadium Saturday. The Gators five turnovers cost them in a 21 to 16 loss to Miami.
The numbers say Florida should have dominated this game.
Florida's offense put up 413 yards...
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Florida finished the game with 413 total yards against Miami's 212. Florida went 6 for 15 on third downs, Miami went just 1 for 11. How on earth did Florida not win this game? Under Will Muschamp, Florida has won ugly and their dirty little secret (well maybe not that much of a secret) is that they simply aren't built to come from behind.
The Orlando Sentinel’s Mike Bianchi is reporting that tomorrow’s Florida-Miami matchup will be the last regular season game between the two…forever. After 80 years of games, (although sporadic the last 25 years)Florida wants to completely cut ties with all things…Read more →
BC reader @USC_Grad sent an urgent message this afternoon that his buddy had landed in Miami for tomorrow’s Gators-Hurricanes game and ran…
The infamous airport cross dress was spotted in Miami Airport on Friday decked out in Florida Gators gear.
Sebastian the Ibis was especially fired up as he welcomed the team to Sun Life Stadium for the Miami Hurricanes vs Florida Gators showdown.
Trying to take the emotion out of the loss, here are some quick thoughts on issues facing the Florida Gators after losing to Miami 21-16. The Gators racked up yards and there were some decent things on both sides of the ball, but in the end there were some glaring things that need to be addressed moving forward.
The Florida Gators attempted a two-point conversion in the first half against the Miami Hurricanes, and this fail gif is the result.
MIAMI GARDENS, Fla. -- The Gators thrived at possessing the ball during the 2012 season, but on Saturday at Sun Life Stadium, that success was a distant memory. Florida fumbled three times and threw two interceptions. The Gators outgained Miami by 201 yards and dominated time of possession but did themselves in by turning the ball over.
Every week of the college football season, we check in to see how a fanbase in handling either a tough loss or an unexpected loss. Today, we check on the Florida Gators fanbase after an unexpected loss to Miami. And in their opinion, it’s time to pull the plug on the Will Muschamp era.
We’ll get things started with this:
Will Muschamp needs to go. I hate to say it because as...
Florida dominated many stats, but the Gators' five turnovers were the most telling in a 21-16 loss to the Miami Hurricanes. Watch all five here.