Tide was just more determined, prepared, athletic
This was supposed to be a meaner, nastier, tougher Florida football team under Urban Meyer. But the first-year Florida coach learned a lesson on a deafening Saturday.
Meyer ponders changes at running back, guard
Florida's lineup on offense could look significantly different against Mississippi State this Saturday in the wake of the embarrassing 31-3 loss to Alabama.
Meyer Ready To Move On
He had only watched about half the tape Sunday morning, but University of Florida football coach Urban Meyer believed he had seen enough to come to a conclusion.
'Devastated' UF begins recovery proce
A few voices, Florida Coach Urban Meyer said, pierced the library-like quiet that dominated the Gators' surroundings Saturday night.
Offense, defense -- it all went bad vs. Alabama
THE GAME: A day later, it doesn't look any better. Urban Meyer, charged with fixing the mess the world watched Saturday against Alabama, admitted Sunday that the problems on offense stretch to nearly every position. "We have not played well on offense all year," Meyer said. "We have not executed." And his first-string defense needs some repair, too, after allowing as many points on Oct. 1 than it did all September. Despite the disgust in and around the team, how Meyer and the Gators react to the rout means much more than Saturday's 31-3 loss in Alabama itself.
Meyer turns to speedy but inexperienced freshman RB
The list is long, but coach Urban Meyer has an idea where he'll begin to address his sluggish spread-option offense.
SEC may be out of Meyer's league
The ever-growing question that hovers over Urban Meyer's spread offense isn't whether it works. The real question is, does it work against good teams?