4 things every Florida fan needs to know today
Florida-Missouri is just one day away. If you can’t make it to the game on Saturday, you’ll be able to watch on SEC Network at 7:30 p.m. ET.
Here are the four things you must know today:
- Is Florida’s best pro prospect underperforming this season? Very interesting to see the statistics because he has three interceptions on the year.
- For two straight seasons, Missouri’s defensive line has dominated Florida’s offensive line. Will that change this Saturday? The Gators’ offensive line has been a total surprise through five games. Before the season, I thought it was going to be a glaring weakness and a reason why Florida would struggle. Boy, was I wrong. The O-line has only allowed 10 sacks in five games. That unit needs to hold up this Saturday.
- Top Florida target to announce college decision Friday afternoon. My prediction is in for the Florida Gators to land the receiver. His recent decision to change a visit is a telltale sign.
- The media got it wrong in the official SEC Country Power Rankings — Florida should be the No. 1 team. Some really good opinion in this article that supports why the Gators are the best team in the SEC.
Other Florida news from around the Internet
- Gainesville Sun: Former player and coach Lindy Infante passes away. Very sad news in Gator Nation. We at SEC Country offer our condolences to the family and friends of Mr. Infante.
- Tampa Bay Times: Jim McElwain has quickly turned around the perception of Florida. For most, McElwain’s ability to turn around the Florida program this quickly was not expected. Some good info in this article.
- ESPN: Florida is in the driver’s seat to win the SEC East, but the division is still wide open. The Gators still have conference games against Missouri, LSU, UGA, Vanderbilt and South Carolina remaining. It’s not an easy schedule by any means. This weekend, Florida fans should be Tennessee fans. It looks like the SEC East is going to come down to UGA and Florida. If UGA were to lose this weekend and Florida were to win, the Gators would have a two-game lead on the Bulldogs.