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Former Gator FB Recruit Flips To FSU, More Bowl Games

The Gator football program lost one of its prized 2014 recruits on Tuesday when running back Dalvin Cook flipped his verbal commitment to FSU.  Cook had been an early commit to Florida but reports surfaced this fall his commitment was wavering.

In other news, more college football bowl games lined up for today with three of them airing live on ESPN 850 WRUF.   Listen in as we bring you coverage of the Capital One Bowl as Wisconsin faces South Carolina.   We’ll also have the Rose Bowl where Michigan State takes on Stanford and we’ll bring you the Fiesta Bowl as UCF faces Baylor.

The other bowl games today are the Heart of Dallas Bowl where UNLV faces North Texas coached by former Gator assistant Dan McCarney; the Gator Bowl with Georgia taking on Nebraska; and the Outback Bowl featuring LSU and Iowa.

In some bowl games yesterday, Mississippi State crushes Rice 44-7; Texas A&M beats Duke 52-48 in the Chick-fil-A Bowl where new Gator offensive coordinator Kurt Roper coaches his last game with Duke before moving to Florida.

Arizona mauls former Gator assistant Steve Addazio’s Boston College team 42-19 in the Advocare V100 Bowl and UCLA knocks off Virginia Tech 42-17 in the Sun Bowl.

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