Football is so close I can almost taste it. We are weeks away from what I hope is another incredible
As we approach week 7, we are officially halfway through the regular season slate of the 2016 college football season. This season has been filled with upsets and surprises through six weeks, and the latter half should be just as exciting.
The SEC has the been the powerhouse and measuring stick for college football over the last decade, but is it as strong this year? The ACC has been a laughingstock at times, so exactly how far has it come?
The state of Florida is ripe with football talent and tradition. The state contains three of the best teams in the country year in and year out. While some of these schools have fallen on tough times, Florida, Florida State and Miami are all giants on the college football landscape
The opening weekend of college football was electrifying, but week three could be even better. There are numerous games that could decide divisional winners, but there are also some of the best non-conference matchup of the year. Enough of the intro talk, though, let’s get to the games.
Calm down, take a deep breath, and look at this LSU Tigers roster. Despite losing in embarrassing fashion to Wisconsin in week one, Les Miles’ group is still really dangerous. And they might be dangerous enough to win the SEC and get into the College Football Playoff.
Florida vs. Georgia Southern: The Golden Eagles stun the Gators in the Swamp 26-20 giving Florida their first ever loss
There are many great traditions and rivalries in college football, but there is one rivalry in college football that folks in the south say stands above them all: The Iron Bowl.
Florida @ #10 South Carolina: USC Kicker Elliot Fry kicked 4 field goals to help the Gamecocks beat rival Florida