The Gators have fallen all the way out of the Top 25 after losing this past week against Mississippi State in online gambling college football action at the Sbg sportsbook.
Karma – Maybe there is a little karma coming around for the University of Florida football team. Head coach Urban Meyer definitely doesn’t look so smug now after his team lost at home to Mississippi State. He can’t act like he owns the world anymore and yell at reporters. The only thing he can do now is hide his head in the sand after his team inexplicably lost at home to Mississippi State. The Gators were held to their fewest points at home since a 36-7 loss to LSU in 2002.
Three Straight Losses – The Gators have lost three straight games and that is something that is unheard of. The Gators had not lost three straight since 1999. Meyer’s offense has been nothing short of pathetic. Maybe Tim Tebow was that good or perhaps what goes around is coming around for Meyer. The offense has scored only four touchdowns during the losing streak and there is plenty of blame to go around from the offensive line, to John Brantley, to the offensive coordinator and to Meyer.
Upcoming Schedule – Things may not get much better for Florida in upcoming weeks against the college football odds at Internet gambling companies. The best news for the Gators is that they have a bye this week. They have to play Georgia next week and the Bulldogs are suddenly scoring points. They have outscored Tennessee and Vanderbilt 84-14 the past two weeks. South Carolina is still on the slate and the Gamecocks have shown they can beat anyone. The Gators normally handle Florida State but that game looks very tough this season and even the game against Appalachian State won’t be easy. They are unbeaten and the top-ranked Football Championship Subdivision team. Even a win against rotten Vanderbilt is no given for this Florida team. Three of their remaining five games are on the road and only the game against Vandy is what would be considered easy in online gambling college football lines. The home games against South Carolina and Appalachian State are no bargains.