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2019 Schedule
3-0, 1st in SEC - East
Is Tennessee-Florida still a rivalry? (1:14)
Vols prepare to open conference play vs. UF (2:10)
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College football conference power rankings

With starting QB Feleipe Franks out, can Kyle Trask and Florida give Georgia a run for its money? We rank every team in every Power 5 conference.

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Return of the Pac? Six Pac-12 teams now ranked

While the top of the AP poll remained the same, the biggest move of the week came from the Pac-12, which now has six teams ranked, the most for the conference in almost four years.

After Franks injury, Trask leads Florida to comeback win (1:31)
Hammond bursts free for 76-yard game-sealing TD (0:49)
Gators deny Wildcats an upset in triumphant comeback (3:35)

No. 9 Florida rallies past Kentucky 29-21 in SEC opener

Kyle Trask relieved an injured Feleipe Franks and rallied No. 9 Florida with three fourth-quarter touchdown drives, including his go-ahead, 4-yard scoring run with 4:11 remaining that lifted the Gators to a 29-21 victory over Kentucky on Saturday night.

Mullen proud of Trask's performance in UK comeback (2:10)
Mullen saddened by loss of Franks (2:06)
Trask's rushing TD gives Gators the lead (0:22)
Franks in tears while being carted off with injury (1:03)
Smith's bad pass gets picked and returned 72 yards (0:41)
Franks connects with Swain for Gators' TD (0:38)
Cats chasing the Gators again (1:52)
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Florida not eyeing Kentucky as 'revenge' game

No. 9 Florida insists last year's loss to Kentucky, which ended a 31-game winning streak in the series, won't be a motivating factor when the teams play Saturday in Lexington.

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College football picks: Who wins Week 3's biggest games?

The picks are in for a potential shootout between Houston and Washington State, the Pitt-Penn State and Iowa-Iowa State rivalry matchups, Florida-Kentucky and Virginia-Florida State.

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Neiron Ball, 27, dies after battling brain condition

Neiron Ball, a fifth-round draft pick of the Raiders in 2015 after a standout career at Florida, has died at the age of 27 after battling arteriovenous malformation, a rare brain condition.

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Team Stats

Passing Yards288.730th
Rushing Yards139.792nd
Points For32.760th
Points Against13.719th