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There won’t be any national championship, almost certainly no conference or even division championships, and at this rate even getting more than one or two bowl bids doesn’t seem guaranteed. The state has seven FBS teams — Florida, Florida State , Miami , UCF, South Florida , FIU and Florida Atlantic. Of those, only the Gators have a winning record right now, and 4-3 isn’t exactly anything that they’re celebrating in Gainesville these days. UCF and FAU are 3-3. Florida State and Miami are 2-4. FIU and USF are 1-5. Add it up, and the state is 16-27 this season, on pace for more losses than ever. Plus, five of those 16 wins — and, in Florida State’s case, one of those losses — came against teams from the Football Championship Subdivision, the level that used to be called Division I-AA. Florida has some of the best high school football in the country and more native players in the NFL this season than any other state.

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Georgia legend Vince Dooley recovering from recent fall Former Georgia coach Vince Dooley is on the mend after spending some time at a local hospital following a fall. Dooley, 89, had hip surgery for a hairline fracture on Friday after slipping while working out last week, the Athens Banner-Herald reported . He watched much of Georgia’s win over Kentucky from St. Mary’s Hospital, but was released on Sunday. “They put some screws in there and they put in a plate or something,” Dooley said. “It would be really bad if I put a crack in it again. It could heal itself in 6 or 7 months, but more than likely I could whack it again.” Dooley attended Kirby Smart’s Monday press conference last week and was to make his regular appearance at the UGA Bookstore before Saturday’s home game, but slipped on a rug and hit his hip Wednesday while doing a backpedaling exercise for balance dig this on the third floor of his Athens home, he said Monday morning. “Whenever you back pedal, you’ve got to make sure you do it on a smooth surface,” he said.

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