Athletic director Scott Stricklin took to Twitter to improve Florida's nonconference schedule, asking Power 5 schools to "connect and schedule quality games the fans want to see!"
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Which problem areas could trip up the nation's top contenders? From Tua's health concerns for Alabama to Oregon handling prosperity, these are the key issues facing college football's best.
- Gators AD takes to social media for schedule help
- Florida expects hurt players back for Georgia
- Gators' Greenard, Zuniga to be game-time calls
- UF QB Trask: Sprained knee progressing nicely
Florida coach Dan Mullen expects Jonathan Greenard, Jabari Zuniga and Kadarius Toney to be available for the Georgia game Nov. 2.
Alabama's hold on the top spot in the SEC has ended, with LSU moving to No. 1 in the rankings.
Auburn, Florida, Georgia and Notre Dame are all still in the playoff hunt despite an early loss. Which team is best among that group?
There are still many big games left on the schedule, but see how our experts envision the entire bowl season playing out.
The new AP Top 25 poll is out, and here's what's on the horizon for every ranked team.
Ohio State provides the best chance for the conference to reach the CFP. But Penn State, Minnesota and even the Badgers still have possibilities.
See how the Badgers' loss to Illinois (plus Boise State falling at BYU) shook up this week's rankings.
Kyle Trask threw for a career-high four touchdowns, three in the fourth quarter, to help No. 9 Florida bounce back from its loss at LSU to outlast South Carolina 38-27 on Saturday.
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Florida will be without starting defensive ends Jabari Zuniga and Jonathan Greenard for Saturday's game at South Carolina, Gators coach Dan Mullen told ESPN's Tom Luginbill. The pair is recovering from sprained ankles and played sparingly in last week's 42-28 loss at LSU.