Google says Florida went 4-7 in 2017
Really sad set of recent events for him. No ones fault but his own.
That was hard to watch. Have to say Bezelak looked like a seasoned veteran. I kept waiting for him to show his inexperience but never did. Kentucky now gets Georgia, Bama, and Florida in 3 of the next 4 to work the kinks out... great.
Wilson gets a pass. This is his first game back after a horrible injury. Auburn is an excellent team and we had our chances throughout. I thought he looked good throwing the ball. Our receivers had some drops or would have looked much better. He has shown better decision making in the past than he did Saturday, but he also played a top 10 team on the road in the first game of a weird season coming back from injury. Lets not throw him to the dogs just yet.
I have despised the big orange for the majority of my life. As a UK fan who grew up less than 10 miles from the state line, I've endured an absolute owning of my favorite team by my most hated opponent. In 2011, I even proposed to my wife in the stands of commonwealth at halftime asking if she would "watch UK lose to Tennessee with me for the rest of our lives" (We won for the first time in my lifetime). The last several games between them have been progressively competitive as UK is building nicely under Stoops while UT is still trying to find an identity post Fulmer. Last season, something changed for me. I don't know if it was the surprisingly poor start for UT that made me feel sorry for them, or maybe the fact that I actually kind of like Pruitt. But after watching such a hard fought game between the two teams last year where both sides showed so much grit and heart, I hate to admit that I might not oppose the idea of a Tennessee resurgence quite as much as I would have in the past. The truth is, a good team in Knoxville is good for the SEC overall. If we lose again this year, I'm sure I'll go back to despising them per usual.
That's Andre Woodson