With South Carolina loss, Florida football now at lowest point of 2017 season – SECcountry.com
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Recapping Florida-South Carolina
The Florida Gators closed out SEC play with a 28-20 loss to South Carolina on Saturday to reach a low point unanticipated heading into the season. It was the Gators’ fifth straight loss and showed once again just how far behind the football program is compared to the glory days of the Steve Spurrier and Urban Meyer eras.
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The quarterback carousel continues
With graduate transfer Malik Zaire suffering a knee injury in the first half against South Carolina, Florida could once again see the revolving door at quarterback. If Zaire indeed can’t play, then redshirt freshman Feleipe Franks will once again start and have the chance to audition for the next Florida coach.
The latest on coaching search In other Florida football news Men’s basketball tips off season Monday night
The No. 8 Florida men’s basketball team begins the 2017-18 season against Gardner-Webb at 7 p.m. Monday. The Gators, heading into their third season under coach Mike White, are coming off an Elite Eight run and will be led by top returners in Chris Chiozza and KeVaughn Allen.
Women’s basketball ushers in Cam Newbauer era
The Florida women’s basketball team defeated Georgia State, 82-66, on Saturday in coach Cam Newbauer’s debut. All 11 Gators who played scored in the contest, with the trio of Haley Lorenzen, Dyandria Anderson and Paulina Hersler combining for 51 points.
Volleyball earns 2 more wins
The No. 4 Gators volleyball team notched