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Florida’s 34-7 loss to Georgia on Saturday in Jacksonville wasn’t anything unexpected. But it also sent the team to .500 on the season and guaranteed a losing record in SEC play for the first time under coach Dan Mullen.
The Gators haven’t been ranked in either poll since their loss to LSU two weeks ago, and even in the CBS Sports rankings, which include all 130 Football Bowl Subdivision teams, the team has taken quite a tumble in recent weeks.
After the beatdown from the Bulldogs, UF dropped seven spots in the latest CBS Sports 130 to No. 37, ranking below teams like Appalachian State, Nevada and Wisconsin.
That is far from where this team wanted to be heading into the season, and now even a fourth-straight New Year’s Six Bowl is completely out of the question.
This will be Mullen’s worst season as the head man in Gainesville, and the only question is how his program will respond to the way this season has played out to this point.
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