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The Florida Gators have eight early enrollees on hand for the spring semester including two junior college transfers. Most of them will be expected to make an early impact on a roster that has some questions heading into the fall. The early start can only help the newcomers and that includes under Armour All-American running back Kelvin Taylor who should see plenty of playing time as a freshman.
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Meighan Simmons scored 27 points, Bashaara Graves added 17 points and 15 rebounds, and No. 9 Tennessee beat Florida 78-75 in overtime Sunday, snapping the Gators' 15-game winning streak at home.
Graves, who injured her neck late in regulation, hit two clutch free throws with 8.4 seconds remaining. Those forced the Gators to take a 3-pointer at the buzzer, and Kayla Lewis'...
As the Florida Gators’ recruiting class continues to grow and gain notoriety, so does the statu8re of the class in terms of its ranking. What we have come to learn is that most of the prospects in the class are taking a lot of pride in their own recruiting class and that includes receiver Marqui Hawkins. Hawkins will officially visit later this month and is ready to be a Gator.
BATON ROUGE, La. The phrase is one Billy Donovan uses often, both with his players behind the scenes and when describing his Florida Gators at their very best.He talks about playing the right way.The words are open for interpretation, unless you play for the guy. By now, the Gators know exactly what Donovan means.Getting the ball to the open man, junior point guard Scottie Wilbekin...
Chris Rainey, former Gator running back and now former Pittsburgh Steeler, was released from Alachua County jail today after a brief court hearing. The Alachua County Court System has released the video (h/t GatorSports.com). As you will hear in the … Continue reading →
The Gators lost four players early to the NFL Draft and will have to fill those roles this offseason. It won’t be easy. There are two All-Americans that left the Florida defense while the offense lost its best receiving threat. Spring practice will go a long way in deciding which players fill those roles but the likelihood is that all of the battles last until fall camp before...
Seeking their first SEC win, the Mississippi State Lady Bulldogs hosted the Florida Gators Thursday night at the Hump. The contest proved to be a difficult one as Mississippi State fell short 61-55.
No. 11 Florida and LSU fought through a sloppy first half before the Gators took a nine-point lead at halftime. After that, it was all Florida. Without senior guard Mike Rosario (sprained ankle) and Casey Prather spraining his ankle during the first half, the Gators took control of the second half. Kenny Boynton led Florida with 20 points while Will Yeguete added 10 points and 13 rebounds.