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The 2014 conference schedule will look a lot different than in recent years. The Southeastern Conference juggled the schedule, pushing Florida’s annual matchup with Tennessee until the sixth week of the year. The Gators will face Alabama and LSU from the SEC West while having bye weeks between games with Alabama and Tennessee and before the game against Georgia.
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GAINESVILLE, Fla. -- The Florida Gators will open the upcoming Southeastern Conference basketball season at home Jan. 8 against South Carolina and end it two months later at home March 8 against Kentucky.
The SEC released its schedule Tuesday, thus putting the finishing touches on the Gators' 2013-14 slate, which looms as one of the most attractive, competitive and, yes, difficult...
GAINESVILLE,Fla. -- The Gators will open the 2014 football season with threeconsecutive home games the way they did in Will Muschamp's first season twoyears ago.However,instead of playing their first road game at Kentucky like in 2011, Florida's firstaway game next season will be at Bryant-Denny Stadium in Tuscaloosa, Ala.TheSEC released its 2014 football schedule Wednesday...
Florida Gators wide receivers coach Joker Phillips has released his photoshop job, putting the bottom half of an alligators jaw onto a player. I’m not sure how this entices recruits to come to your school, but at least Phillips is having fun with recruiting.
GAINESVILLE, Fla. -- When Florida coach Will Muschamp huddled the Gators together following Tuesday afternoon's practice at Ben Hill Griffin Stadium, he saved a special surprise for last.
The announcement left Mark Herndon in tears and brought a huge relief over Tim Clark. Muschamp put both players on scholarship.
"I was not expecting that," Herndon said. "It...
The Florida Gators start off pretty modestly in the eyes of the Southeastern Conference in terms of all-conference recognition before the season starts. Only six Gators total among three teams garnered recognition. That said, the Florida defense showed up big landing four on the preseason list.
It’s nice to share good sports stories once in awhile. The idealistic notion of NCAA and college athletics being a pure, wholesome environment where young student-athletes are universally nourished, cultivated and developed has certainly tarnished over the years (and with good reason). Yet, once in awhile, college sports can remind you why there is still a theoretical difference...
The Chris Walker saga just won’t go away. Florida’s highly coveted recruit has been fighting an eligibility battle all summer. Normally you see kids of his talent go to prep schools that are accustom to sending players off to Division I programs. Well, unfortunately Walker didn’t choose that route.
Walker stayed at his local high school in Florida and it’s resulted in...
Sophomore running back Mark Herndon's dreams came true on Tuesday when the Florida Gators offered the Ocala, FL native a scholarship.
Florida Gators running back coach Brian White posted this fantastic photo of Mark Herndon receiving his scholarship to Instagram.
The Florida Gators are not only securing players in the class of 2014 but 2015 and 2016. The Gators landed wide receiver Da'Vante Phillips for 2015 as well as Tyler Byrd and Tre Jackson for 2016.
Florida head coach Will Muschamp didn’t need to wait until game week to end the battle at safety. Redshirt freshman Marcus Maye did enough in the first few weeks of camp to squash any doubts and earn the safety spot opposite of Cody Riggs. It might not have even taken that long. Now healthy after a meniscus injury last year, Maye has turned himself into the talk of fall camp.
The Gators rallied around head coach Will Muschamp following Tuesday’s practice expecting the normal post-practice instructions, but the script changed. It was a special day for Muschamp, as the former walk-on at Georgia got to hand out scholarships to two Florida walk-ons. Even when the topic was brought up, sophomore Mark Herndon never expected what was about to happen.