Tough weekend for the state of Florida

Remember when teams from the Sunshine state won nearly every weekend...

Well, this wasn't one of those. Florida started the day off by pulling one out over Furman. Miami also got a win; but 6-3 over South Florida. Florida State missed a field goal at the end and lost at home to Virginia for the first time ever. Central Florida lost to East Carolina. FAU lost to Troy. 

FIU did go out of state and beat Louisiana Monroe.  

With today's loss, South Florida has now lost 5 of 6. Here are Skip's thoughts after the game. 

Sunday TV

Good slate of NFL games tonight.

All times are eastern


Tampa Bay at Green Bay - 1 - FOX

Carolina at Detroit - 1 - FOX

Jacksonville at Cleveland - 1 - CBS

Oakland at Minnesota - 1 - CBS

Buffalo at Miami - 1 - CBS

Dallas at Washington - 1 - FOX

Cincinnati at Baltimore - 1 - CBS

Arizona at San Francisco - 4:05 - FOX

Seattle at St. Louis - 4:05 - FOX

Tennessee at Atlanta - 4:15 - CBS

San Diego at Chicago - 4:15 - CBS

Philadelphia at NY Giants - 8:20 - NBC


No games.

High School:

No games.

Corso drops a bomb on College Gameday

An F-bomb to be precise. It was right as he went to don the head gear and it was classic. Everyone loves Corso.

Video below.  

Moments later, ESPN brass brought him back on air to issue an apology. Completely unnecessary. 

Saturday TV

Great slate of games this weekend.

All times are eastern.


No games.


Nebraska at Michigan - 12 - ESPN

Wisconsin at Illinois - 12 - ESPN2

Cincinnati at Rutgers - 12 - ESPNU

Kansas at Texas A&M - 12 - FSN

Harvard at Yale - 12 - Versus

Indiana at Michigan State - 12 - BTN

Iowa at Purdue - 12 - BTN

Minnesota at Northwestern - 12 - BTN

Kentucky at Georgia - 12:21 - SEC Network

New Mexico at Wyoming - 2 - MTN

Bethune Cookman at Florida A&M - 2 :30 - ESPNU Classic

Maryland at Wake Forest - 3 - FSN

Colorado State at TCU - 3:30 - Versus

Penn State at Ohio State - 3:30 - ABC / ESPN

Texas Tech at Missouri - 3:30 - ABC / ESPN

Clemson at North Carolina State - 3:30 - ABC / ESPN

Mississippi State at Arkansas - 3:30 - CBS

Miami at South Florida - 3:30 - ESPNU

SMU at Houston - 3:30 - FSN

Boston College at Notre Dame - 4 - NBC

UNLV at Air Force - 6 - MTN

Central Florida at East Carolina - 7 - FSN

LSU at Ole Miss - 7 - ESPN

Vanderbilt at Tennessee - 7 - ESPNU

UCF at ECU - 7 - FSN

Virginia at Florida State - 7:30 - ESPN2

Colorado at UCLA - 7:30 - Versus

USC at Oregon - 8 - ABC

Boise State at San Diego State - 8 - CBSSN

Kansas State at Texas - 8 - FX

Oklahoma at Baylor - 8 - ABC

New Mexico State at BYU - 10:15 - ESPNU

California at Stanford - 10:15 - ESPN

High School:

No games






More "Urban to Ohio State" talk

Well, once again, the internet is abuzz tonight with Urban Meyer to Ohio State talk. Earlier tonight, the website SportsByBrooks posted that, "multiple sources close to the Ohio State football program have confirmed that Urban Meyer is assembling a coaching staff after agreeing to become the next head coach at Ohio State."

Twitter nearly exploded.

However, cool water was quickly poured on the fire when Gainesville reporter Pat Dooley tweeted that he text'd Urban who replied, "No truth to it."

For what it's worth, the post on Brooks' website added that Meyer's agreement was agreed in principle but has not been signed. He added that Meyer has been told he'll have the budget to assemble what is "expected to become the highest-paid assistant coaching staff in history."

Brooks also said that Meyer's "initial plan" is to retain Luke Fickell and Stan Drayton (who was with Meyer at Florida).  Says he also plans to add his TV co-worker Chris Spielman, Kirk Herbstreit, Jon Tenuta (NC State) and LSU's offensive coordinator / offensive line coach Greg Studrawa (who worked with Urban at Bowling Green).  

Sources at Ohio State that we spoke with today said that they believe Urban is the target; but that both sides have agreed to hold tight until they have additional clarity regarding the matters in front of the NCAA (Ohio State is scheduled to appear before the NCAA infractions committee on December 10th; however they have requested to move the discussion with the NCAA up to the week of November 28th). 

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