While You Were Tailgating: 5 Things You Have To See From The Weekend

Create a free account to unlock this article!

Get Started

Already a subscriber?  Log In

College football lit our Cover 4 on fire this weekend. Like, if I wasn't such a good and noble steed, I'd just take that shit down from the site and act like we just forgot to gamble last week.

Unfortunately, I am good and noble and the internet is forever. So, instead of acting like it didn't happen, I figure it's best to recap our epic failure in this week's edition of WYWT.

Bottoms up.

Florida State Is Not Good

Deondre Francois or not, the Seminoles just aren't themselves this year. Whether they will be again soon remains to be seen, but the losses of Dalvin Cook and the team's top four wide receivers from last season were obviously understated.



Florida State had two seniors on the two-deep depth chart in Friday night's 35-3 loss at Boston College -- and that inexperience is showing up way more than most of us expected. The offensive line isn't blocking anybody and rumors of James Blackman's readiness to assume the role of starting quarterback were greatly exaggerated.

Florida Needs A New Coach
Three weeks ago, Jim McElwain was in good shape at Florida. Today, he's no longer employed.

Back on Oct. 7, a missed extra point cost the Gators in a 17-16 homecoming loss to LSU. And then seemed like a cool idea to wear these early Halloween costumes:

[tweet url="https://twitter.com/GatorsFB/status/917736091884707843" hide_media="0" hide_thread="1"]
And then Florida lost to Texas A&M while looking ridiculous.



Oh, and then McElwain said he'd received death threats… but then Florida didn't really seem to corroborate that claim... and then Florida officials seemed to be looking for a reason to fire him for cause… and then Georgia slammed the door on the McElwain-era at Florida with a 42-7 beatdown in Jacksonville, FL, on Saturday.



So Does Tennessee

Butch Jones is till the head coach at Tennessee, but there's no saving that sinking ship.

[tweet url="https://twitter.com/SECCountryVols/status/924739918366236672" hide_media="0" hide_thread="1"]
Kentucky dispatched the Vols 26-23 on Saturday, all but ensuring that there will be a new head coach in Knoxville, TN, next fall. You are now returned your regularly scheduled stalking of John Gruden, Vol Nation.

So Does Texas A&M

The Texas A&M-Kevin Sumlin marriage wasn't going to extend beyond the end of this season with anything short of six straight wins to close out the regular season. On Saturday, Mississippi State dominated the Aggies 35-14 in College Station, Texas, to remove all doubt.



Christian Kirk -- arguably the SEC's best skill player -- was held completely in check, the Bulldogs ran for 228 yards, and the game was never in doubt.

Khalil Tate Though…

I'll stop talking about Khalil Tate when he stops being the most awesome (and still somehow under-the-radar player in college football).

Arizona was all the Cover 4 had going for it over the weekend, smacking Washington State by three touchdowns as a three-point underdog. The 58-37 win was the Wildcats' most impressive to date.

Tate totaled 421 yards and three touchdowns in the victory -- pushing his season total to approximately a million yards… ish.



JJ Taylor actually led the Wildcats in rushing with 152 yards on 13 carries, and, if we're being honest, this is the first time since Pat White and Steve Slaton that we've seen a Rich Rodriguez offense look like we were used to seeing before that whole Michigan thing.

Arizona now has a huge road trip to Southern Cal before it, with the winner likely to represent the South Division in the Pac-12 Championship.

Towson's Rob Ambrose Continues To Lead By Example Throughout Pandemic

Stare Into The 'Soul' Of Towson Football

Create a free account to unlock this video!

Get Started

Already a subscriber?  Log In

Social media too often is an outlet for negativity in sports – but also has the capacity for good. Towson head coach Rob Ambrose knows both sides of these communicative platforms. 

Create a free account to unlock this article!

Get Started

Already a subscriber?  Log In

Shane Simpson Looking Strong In Recovery

During the third game of the 2019 season against Maine, Towson standout running back Shane Simpson suffered a season-ending knee injury. 

Create a free account to unlock this article!

Get Started

Already a subscriber?  Log In

We Stand With You

The events of the last week have been tremendously painful to us all.

CAA Has 21 Players Recognized On HERO Sports Preseason FCS All-America Team

CAA Football had 21 players from nine different teams recognized on the 2020 HERO Sports Preseason FCS All-America team that was released on Thursday afternoon.

Create a free account to unlock this article!

Get Started

Already a subscriber?  Log In

5 CAA Teams Ranked In HERO Sports Preseason FCS Top 25 Poll

Five CAA Football teams were ranked in the HERO Sports FCS Preseason Top 25 poll that was released on Wednesday, which was tied for the most teams of any conference.

Create a free account to unlock this article!

Get Started

Already a subscriber?  Log In

The Iowa Way: NFL Pro Bowler Kreiter Talks Wrestling, Ferentz & Much More

Casey Kreiter might just be the perfect emblem for FloSports.

Create a free account to unlock this article!

Get Started

Already a subscriber?  Log In

Youth Sports Leaders Form PLAY Sports Coalition

PLAY Sports Coalition Press Release

Create a free account to unlock this article!

Get Started

Already a subscriber?  Log In

CAA Draft Roundup: Ron'Dell Carter, Aaron Parker Among UFAs To Sign

The football world may never again experience an NFL draft like the 2020 edition. 

Create a free account to unlock this article!

Get Started

Already a subscriber?  Log In

URI's Coulter, JMU's DiNucci Selected In The 2020 NFL Draft

A pair of CAA Football players were selected in the 2020 NFL Draft, marking the 15th consecutive year that the conference has had multiple players chosen.

Create a free account to unlock this article!

Get Started

Already a subscriber?  Log In

Four Former Wrestlers Set To Go In 2020 NFL Draft

It's no secret that football coaches love wrestlers and that skills learned on the wrestling mat translate well to the gridiron, especially in the trenches. 

Create a free account to unlock this article!

Get Started

Already a subscriber?  Log In