In the most SEC East-y game on the schedule every year, Florida and South Carolina are doing battle on the ol’ gridiron once more.
The Gamecocks got up 14-0 early, and then Florida converted a USC fumble into three points. ESPN’s app didn’t see it that way, however.
Florida’s offense is bad, but somehow through both the Muschamp years and the McElwain era the Gators have sustained the nation’s longest streak of games in which they’ve scored points.
This game was ugly before it started, however, and has continued to be just that.
1. Florida has a ridiculous number of players suspended.
2. A Florida pick six somehow turned into a 20-yard South Carolina gain:
3. This sequence:
The following just happened in an 8-play sequence at Florida-South Carolina:
2 lost fumbles
— Brett Edgerton (@EditorEdge) November 11, 2017
4. Florida somehow threw the ball 11 times in the first quarter.
Under any circumstance, that is not really what you want.
5. Florida’s QB situation somehow got even worse.
In the second quarter, QB Malik Zaire went down hurt.