The Florida Gators’ mistakes compounded in a lopsided 33-10 loss to the No.1 ranked team, the Georgia Bulldogs. Neither side was able to make a passing touchdown as UF quarterback Emory Jones threw two interceptions and Kyle Trask sacked four times. Furthermore, UF’s defense struggled to prevent the Dawgs’ offense as despite limiting Georgia to 255 yards, Georgia accomplished 8 field goals on their 11 drives. Ultimately, the Gators failed to make the plays necessary to best the No. 1 ranked team.

Brian Daboll, the offensive coordinator for the Buffalo Bills, has provided an update on the condition of quarterback Tyrod Taylor, confirming he is still being hospitalized following a team doctor’s botched procedure. However, there is still no timeline as to when Taylor will be released or how long his recovery will take. It is still unclear what the next course of action will be for the Buffalo Bills, who must wait for the update on Taylor’s short-term health before making a decision on the team’s future.

The Eagles have had a solid season under the guidance of new coach Nick Sirianni. Their successes have included a successful draft with the additions of AJ Brown and Jalen Hurts. Both rookies have made an immediate impact, contributing to the team’s success in various ways. Brown leads the team in receiving yards and Hurts has greatly improved the QB position in the league, becoming the Eagles commander. Overall, Brown and Hurts have been successful additions to the team, driving the Eagles to an impressive season.

Max Verstappen made history at the Formula 1 Mexico City Grand Prix, when he claimed his 16th win of the season, breaking the previous record of 15. Reigning champion, Sergio Perez did not finish after his crash at the first corner. Verstappen not only claimed the historical win but also set the fastest lap in the history of the race at the Autódromo Hermanos Rodríguez in Mexico City. His extraordinary win marked the first time Red Bull has earned a 1-2 finish since the 2018 Monaco Grand Prix.