GAINESVILLE, Fla. – On Friday the 13th, No. 13 boarded an airplane and headed toward The Swamp.
Unless you are a hermit with no means of communication prior to logging onto the internet to read this story, you are likely aware that former Gators quarterback Feleipe Franks is set to return to Ben Hill Griffin Stadium on Saturday night when the No. 6-ranked Gators (4-1) host Arkansas (3-3).
Say what you want about Franks, but he was never boring. He could make fans jump out of their seats one play and curse the next. He could pump them up one play and shush them moments later. Franks transferred in the offseason to spend the final season of his college career at Arkansas, where he has put up impressive numbers (1,428 yards, 14 touchdowns, 3 interceptions) to make the Razorbacks respectable.
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Franks is best remembered at Florida for his game-winning heave to Tyrie Cleveland to beat Tennessee in 2017. However, his legacy with the Gators goes much deeper. He played a critical