This Insane 10-Year Streak Snapped By College Football Teams In The State Of Florida Is So Refreshing

Florida Not Ranked Top 25 First Time 10 Years

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It’s a brutal time to be a college football fan in the state of Florida, and therefore a great time to be a college football in the rest of the United States. For the first time in nearly a decade, the entire state does not have a single ranked team in the AP Top 25.

And to make things even better, only one of the Florida schools received Top 25 votes, so it wasn’t even particularly close.

Here is the full stat:

The Miami Hurricanes and the Florida State Seminoles are 2-4, Florida just lost its third game of the season to a bad LSU team over the weekend and Central Florida is .500 at 3-3. Despite the poor records across the board, the Gators did receive seven AP Poll votes and all four schools technically have a chance to slip back into the Top 25 with a winning streak.

However, both Miami and Florida State are pretty definitively on their way to finish the year unranked.

Soak it in, college football fans. We don’t have to deal with Dan Mullen’s arrogance, Manny Diaz is likely on his way out, Florida State is a dumpster fire for the time being and we won’t have to deal with UCF claiming a national championship.

As for the other programs in the state, FAU is 3-3 and both FIU and USF are abysmal at 1-5.

With all of that being said, the Gators would surely move back into the Top 25 with a win over No. 1 Georgia this weekend. Thus, we are all Bulldog fans on Saturday as we root for Mullen’s fourth loss of 2021.

Florida is irrelevant when it comes to college football for the first time in 10 years. What a great time to be alive.