Right here’s the place Florida stands in ESPN’s Faculty Soccer Energy Index after dropping to UCF


ESPN has Florida down 4 spots to No. 36 within the newest Faculty Soccer Energy Index replace after the Gators misplaced to UCF within the Gasparilla Bowl.

Florida’s rating is surprisingly excessive for a crew that completed the yr with a dropping file for the primary time since 2017, however the FPI has been variety to the Gators all yr. thirty ninth remains to be removed from the place Florida needs to be although, and loads of different groups within the Southeastern Convention are set to complete forward of UF.

Georgia and Alabama are Nos. 1 and a pair of on the record, respectively. The Bulldogs have a 42.5% probability to win the nationwide championship and the Tide has a 34.6% shot, in keeping with ESPN. Texas A&M is No. 15 and shouldn’t transfer an excessive amount of after deciding to again out of the Gator Bowl in opposition to Wake Forest.

Ole Miss is 2 spots under the Aggies at No. 17 regardless of the Rebels ending the common season with two extra wins. Auburn is slightly below at No. 19 and Tennessee and Mississippi State management Nos. 22 and 23.

Arkansas moved up two spots to No. 26 and Kentucky jumped up a spot to No. 29. That places Florida at tenth within the SEC, and an LSU win in opposition to Kansas within the Texas Bowl would transfer the Tigers forward of the Gators too.

It wasn’t the season many anticipated for Florida, however the Billy Napier period has formally begun and will hopefully carry brighter days.


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