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Kelvin Taylor: 1968 Alfa Romeo Spider. Not many made and not entirely fancy, but beautiful to watch in open space with a great burst of speed when needed,
My best friend and I have a pact top see Florida play in every SEC stadium (and seeing UGA separately play at their own stadium) by the time I turn 40 in May 2025. So far, I've been to The Swamp, LSU, Vanderbilt, Tennessee, and Alabama. I'm complete the East this year with Mizzou and Carolina. Awesome road trip planning!
if we aren't speaking of units and only individual players, how are Demarcus Robinson and Kelvin Taylor left out here?
We beat Georgia more recently than we've lost to GA Southern. So, there's that :)
Florida goes 1-5 in the SEC East? I am screen shotting this, and will be happy to post this come November next year. Not saying Florida will win the East, or even go to a bowl, but losing to Kentucky? Come on dude---you don't need readers THAT badly.
Might want to update the chart above in the "Other QBs" to reflect 2 for Florida. Florida has graduate transfer from Vandy Josh Grady and Jacob Guy (walk on)---both not 4 or 5 stars, but both eligible to play in 2014. Luke Del Rio will be eligible in 2016 as a sophomore transfer.
I'd even include Florida-Auburn here. Auburn is a longer-running rival to Florida than LSU or even Florida State, and it was a damned shame the SEC elected to stay at 8 games instead of going to 9 where this awesome rivalry could be picked back up. I hate Auburn (especially with the Mus-chump element there now) but I respect the rivalry.
Since when does playing at Auburn and versus Alabama constitute a "favorable SEC schedule"? I'm a Florida fan and I sincerely hope they lose both, but it's extremely disingenuous to say Georgia has an easier road than other East teams.
How Spurrier (Heisman and National champion) lost to a guy he beat 3 times (4 with him on the bench the first year) is ridiculous. Guess Vols fans have lots of time on their hands, haha.
Jacksonville would be interesting, as it's a good mix of SEC (Florida/Georgia played there every year), ACC (with FSU and Miami within driving distance), and Big Ten (retirees and Ohio State fans) in the area. Plus, there's no dominant one team in the area, so it'd be a good neutral site spot, as well. The stadium has had a TON of upgrades, but the hotel space would again be an issue like it was for the Super Bowl in 2005. Miami's stadium is in a very sketchy and unsafe part of town (no where near South Beach) but they do know how to put on a party. New Orleans does the best job at hosting big events, IMO. I'd say Atlanta, Jacksonville and Minneapolis or New Orleans for the three.
How in the world is Jeff Driskel not #1 on this list?
As a Florida fan, I wish Coach Muschamp the best in wherever he goes. He's a great man, who while with limited success on the field, left Florida in better shape than he found it.
Garcia, you suck as much as a picker as you did as a player. GO GATORS!!!!
You have the Florida and Auburn game mixed up. They go to Auburn first, then come to Florida.
I counted. Florida made 5 appearances in that video. Five. Tennessee had 32. I realize Florida was bad last year, but the defense was top 5 nationally, and Florida beat Tennessee. Come on, guys.
Too many losses there. You're the first writer to hone in on that point without blithely picking them to win the division. Yes, Gurley and Marshall are GREAT, but Mason is unproven, and the secondary is incredibly depleted. Not to mention, special teams is a bit of a concern for UGA as well. I think (and I say this as a Gators fan) Carolina wins the division, Florida comes in second, and UGA third.
Campbell would change the game, offensively for Florida.