Florida Football by Max Crumit

Florida vs. Florida State! A sundown, sunshine state smack down every year. This year the Seminoles will host the Gators at Doak Campbell stadium on November 26th, purportedly at 6:00 p.m. Florida’s head football coach Jim McElwain will have his hands full this year; as the Seminoles have finished in the top-four in all major sports polls, and they have the preseason favorite Heisman candidate in RB Dalvin Cook.

Florida’s Schedule:

September 3rd, UMass Minutemen at Florida
September 10th, Kentucky Wildcats at Florida
September 17th, North Texas Mean Green at Florida
September 24th, Tennessee Vols at Tennessee
October 1st, Vanderbilt Commodores at Vanderbilt
October 8th, LSU Tigers at Florida
October 15th, Missouri Tigers at Florida
October 29th, Georgia Bulldogs at Jacksonville
November 5th, Arkansas Razorbacks at Arkansas
November 12th, SC Gamecocks at Florida
November 19th, Presbyterian Blue Hose at Florida
November 26th, FSU Seminoles at FSU

Future is bright

Max Crumit continues to work with betonwerk, US. He is helping them to market the company’s line of Slot-Drain water removal pipes and drainage systems.

In his free time, Max Crumit continues to follow NCAA football, and in particular his alma mater, the Florida Gators.

The 2016 Gators have three players on the watch list for the Chris Bednarik Award, given to the nation’s best defensive player by its sponsors, the Maxwell Football Club. The players are:

Senior linebacker Jarrad Davis – Playing in 14 games in 2015 and starting in 12, Davis made 98 tackles, the second highest number for the team. Of those tackles, 11 were for a loss and ranked him third for the Gators. Davis was chosen for the Gridiron Now all-SEC second team.

Redshirted defensive back Marcus Maye – The senior received first-team All-America designations from Pro Football Focus and USA Today and an honorable mention from Sports Illustrated. His 82 tackles are the highlight of his statistics and are fourth best for the team. Starting in 12 of 13 games, Maye caused five fumbles, coming in second nationally.

Junior Jalen Tabor – Responsible for two interceptions that resulted in touchdowns, Tabor earned all-SEC honors from conference coaches and five media organizations. His four total interceptions tied him for second in the conference. He played in 13 games in 2015, winning a starting spot in nine.

Max Crumit

Max Crumit

Max Crumit is an Orlando, Florida resident and professional engineer currently employed as a consultant for to the transportation and tolling industries. In his over 30 years of experience in the transportation infrastructure industry, Max Crumit has been involved in numerous projects designing, expanding, and improving roads in Florida and throughout the nation. His projects have included access roads and a multi-billion-dollar beltway around Orlando. He has also worked on rail infrastructure, doing preliminary work on the MAGLEV train line from Orlando International Airport to EPCOT and Disney World.


Max Crumit graduated with a Bachelors of Science in Engineering from the University of Florida in 1984 where he majored in civil engineering. He has been a member of numerous organizations associated with his work as a civil engineer, such as the American Society of Civil Engineers, the Institute of Transportation Engineers, and the International Bridge, Tunnel, and Turnpike Association. Mr. Crumit is a member of the Transportation Committee of the Florida Engineering Society.