Last week, I wrote that we would learn a lot about the state of football in the state of Florida this past weekend and, boy, did we ever.
We are going to learn a lot about the state of football in the state of Florida this week.
Several teams choked away their opportunity to run the table this past week but hope remains eternal, especially as more bizarre things are about to happen before we get through the first weekend in December.
The state of football in the state of Florida changed dramatically over the offseason with three new coaches coming to Florida, UCF and FSU. Almost halfway through the season, the three programs could not be in more different places.
I can tell you three coaches that didn’t do the right thing this week. One is getting punished, another should be punished and the third should simply be criticized. It’s 2018 people, not 1990.
There are a lot of questions surrounding the ACC, including whether or not its teams should have a shot at the college football playoffs.
It is quite obvious that we come from a family that loves this country and are willing to offer the ultimate sacrifice if called upon, as countless other brave patriots have already done and are now doing.
The number one team in college football should be an easy choice, right? Alabama was the pre-season number one and defending national champion. As long as they don’t lose, the Crimson Tide should stay number one, right?
Dolphins wide receivers Kenny Stills and Albert Wilson knelt during the anthem before Sunday’s home game against the Tennessee Titans.