Florida needed a last-second field goal to escape unranked Arkansas. The defending national champs are No. 1 in the country, but don't even look like the best team in the SEC.
As the smoke clears from underclassmen declaring for the NFL draft, the clear winning and losing teams have emerged.
The 2009 Gators might be capable of doing what the school's basketball team did recently -- winning back-to-back national championships.
Tim Tebow will win another Heisman Trophy, Mack Brown will ride off into the sunset and USC won't be in the top 10. It's prediction time for 2009.
Florida might be the flashy team, but Alabama's crushing of Auburn emphasizes the fact that the Crimson Tide have the ingredients to beat the Gators, writes Mark Schlabach.
Texas was supposed to beat Texas Tech. Didn't happen. Oklahoma State was picked to beat the Red Raiders, too. Cowboys lost. Now Texas Tech is ready to face another favorite in Oklahoma.
The Gators wanted to beat the Bulldogs badly because of what Georgia did to them last season, and because the win puts Florida squarely in the driver's seat in the SEC East, writes Mark Schlabach.
As we reach the halfway point of the 2007 season, On The Mark looks at what we've learned and what's ahead.
Tim Tebow and the Florida offense hadn't really needed to hit on all cylinders before Saturday. They looked pretty good against LSU, writes Mark Schlabach.
If we learned one thing from last season's roller-coaster ride, it's that one loss does not eliminate teams from the BCS title game. On The Mark looks at four teams that could rebound.
From quarterbacks to Heisman hopefuls, Mark Schlabach has 25 reasons to be excited about the upcoming season.
We've seen the Face of the Program for all the schools, but what about next year? Mark Schlabach looks at four faces to watch in 2008.
Florida has been searching for No. 1 tailback for all of Urban Meyer's tenure. The Gators think they have one in USC transfer Emmanuel Moody, but the junior back is struggling in the new system, writes Mark Schlabach.
Too young to be trouble? Florida served notice Saturday that the '07 Gators are even better than last season's title team, writes Mark Schlabach.
After losing nine defensive starters from last year's championship team, the Gators will need to adjust quickly, writes Mark Schlabach.
Take a look at what SEC questions were answered this spring and what problems linger heading into the fall.