A Florida columnist over at The Bleacher Report has Five Reasons Why the Kentucky Wildcats Could Upset the Gators. The author makes very solid points but had I written it, it would be called “Five Reasons Why the Kentucky Wildcats Will Beat the Gators and Win the SEC.”
Below are the five reasons with a short excerpt from each one. I recommend checking out the whole article if you have the time. If not, I completely understand. I’m sure you have better things to do on the internet that don’t require leaving KSR.
The Gators Are Slow From The Get-Go
… While the Gators may be the more talented team, a bad showing in the first two quarters against the Wildcats will be difficult for them to overcome.
Florida Can Only Hope To Contain The Speedy Randall Cobb
… Serving as a quarterback, wide receiver, running back, and returner for the Wildcats since 2008, Cobb has amassed 3,379 all-purpose yards on 447 touches and 31 touchdowns…
The Revenge-Minded Gators Have Their Sights Set On Tuscaloosa
No matter what the Florida Gators say in the media, they have had this trip to Tuscaloosa circled on their calendars since an embarrassing 32-13 loss to Alabama in the SEC Championship Game last season derailed their bid to repeat as BCS National Champions…
Florida’s Winning Streak Has To End Eventually, Right?
… With Joker Phillips leading the football program and Kentucky’s recent success (four consecutive bowl appearances), they certainly have the a to end their woes against Florida sooner rather than later.
The Gators Don’t Have an Offensive Identity
… Offensive coordinator Steve Addazio has come under fire for his playcalling and despite saying publicly that Brantley needs to throw for 200 yards in order for the offense to be successful, Urban Meyer decided to run the ball 49 times against the Volunteers…
It’s almost here. 4-0 is happening.