It's been well documented here at OSG Sports what a miserable season the Florida Gators are experiencing.
Today's game at Gainesville against South Carolina with UF alum Steve Spurrier on the opposite sideline was a clear definition of without bad luck the Gators would have no luck at all.
In the fourth quarter with the Gators up 17-10 all Florida kicker Francisco Valez had to do is split the uprights on a 32 yard field goal and the game would have been put on ice. Except it wasn't.
Brison Williams blocked the kick giving the Gamecocks life.
With a minute and a half left in the game Florida was punting only it was blocked too.
Carlton Heard's big play on special teams led to South Carolina's tying touchdown and forced overtime.
In the overtime the Gamecocks prevailed with Dylan Thompson's four yard touchdown run and it's a 23-20 win for South Carolina.
You just get the feeling that Gator fans are numb to all of this.
That or just waiting to be put of their misery. At least Will Muschamp's head on a pike.