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The Florida Gators’ baseball team rose two spots in the USA Today/ESPN Top 25 Coaches’ Baseball Poll after a 3-1 week. The Gators three wins were all unnervingly close, but enough to help the rise in the poll. The two programs higher than 38-14 Florida in the top 25 are the 40-10 Florida State Seminoles and 38-13 South Carolina Gamecocks. Interestingly enough – and a little fact to keep us on the positive side of our hopes for the Gators’ progress through the postseason – Florida is 5-1 against those two teams.
The top 10 also includes SEC foes Kentucky at No. 5 and LSU at No. 9. Texas A&M brings added strength to next season’s schedule as the Aggies currently come in at No. 8. Arkansas and Ole Miss add to the conference’s collection among the top 25.
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The Florida Gators continued their faster than usual pace through the 2013 football recruiting cycle. Historically an equal player throughout the entire cycle, Florida has slightly changed gears under head coach Will Muschamp who has brought with him a philosophy of filling the class early. On Monday, Columbus, GA (Carver) wide receiver Marqui Hawkins became the latest member of...
Via @MikeEfffThe Simpsons dropped two Florida Gators references last night and we are here to give you the video in case you forgot to DVR the show.S-E-C! S-E-C! S-E-C!
Editors note: This is the fourth in a series examining top prospects in the NBA Draft. Profiles are based on conversations with NBA general managers and scouts.
Perhaps no player will help or hurt his draft stock at the Chicago combine and during individual workouts than Bradley Beal.
Right now, scouts have Beal being selected anywhere from third to seventh in the draft. They love...
Crescent City, FL (Crescent City) defensive tackle Caleb Brantley was the second member of the Florida Gators’ 2013 recruiting class behind only Winter Haven, FL (Winter Haven) running back Adam Lane. While confident in his decision at the time, recent events have led to numerous questions over the level of his commitment. A big body with speed for his size, the Gators are looking...
The Gators 2013 recruiting class grew to 16 on May 14, when 3-star wide receiver/ cornerback Marqui Hawkins committed. The 6’2″, 190-pound Columbus, Georgia product will likely play wide receiver and joins Ahmad Fulwood and Rodney Adams, as the third … Continue reading →
Via @MrLrgJack_44Leon Orr is a defensive lineman for the Florida Gator football team and he can be seen on the left peeing on that FSU truck. The most newsworthy thing that he has done, other than this photo, was getting four misdemeanor charges in a 15 month span. Leon Orr was recently cited for driving without a license this Monday which will probably be a violation on his deferred...
The Florida Gators went into one of the most talent rich schools in the southeast and came away with a prospect that has been high on their board for quite some time. Columbus (GA) Carver athlete Marqui Hawkins tells Jason Higdon he will be a Gator and committed to Will Muschamp and staff on Monday.
The No. 5 Florida Gators baseball team only scored six runs over their three-game weekend series with the Mississippi State Bulldogs, but they were enough to propel the Gators to two victories to take the series. It’s not often that you score six runs in three games and outscore your opponent, but that’s just what happened as Florida’s six beat out Mississippi State’s four...