Andrew Olson | 1 hour ago
Many fans joked (or said only half jokingly) that it looked like none of the teams wanted to win the duel between Florida and Miami in Primetime Week 0 in Orlando. Penalties, turnovers and other Facepalm-worthy mistakes made both teams try to "lose sight of the defeat". Whether you've seen the game as a Florida fan, Miami fan or just as a college football fan, it's understandable if you turned off your TV or changed channels immediately after playing with the game.
a profit of 24 to 20 UF has ended. Before the ESPN broadcast from Orlando came to an end, Kirk Herbstreit shared his thoughts on the game and the further development of the two teams.
"Of course it was sloppy games, but it's the first game of the year," said Herbstreit. "The good thing is, you go back and watch the movie, just as the teams will have a chance next week next week. You look at cassettes and the really good things you did, and the really bad things you did, and (you say), now let's practice and get ready for the rest of the year. #
"Both teams can have a great year. "
The big question, of course, is how great a year is. With Dan Mullen's squad scoring 1