Posted November 13, 2012 on
The Florida Gators have extended a scholarship offer to an LSU commitment from inside the state of Florida. Read on for more.
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GAINESVILLE, Fla. The Florida Gators opened preparation for their home finale Monday uncertain of whether Jeff Driskel's injured right ankle would be healed enough for him to play Saturday against Jacksonville State.
Fortunately for the Gators, they don't seem too concerned if Driskel can't play, given fellow sophomore Jacoby Brissett's performance Saturday. Brissett...
GAINESVILLE, Fla. As Gators starting quarterback Jeff Driskel walked across campus on crutches Tuesday, fellow sophomore Jacoby Brissett continued to prepare as if hell start Saturdays game against Jacksonville State.
Brissett replaced an injured Driskel in last weeks win over Louisiana-Lafayette and finished 6 of 8 for 64 yards and a touchdown. Driskels sprained right ankle has...
UF quarterback Jeff Driskel was seen walking around campus in crutches today after suffering a sprained ankle against Louisiana-Layfette. Jacoby Brissett finished the game for the Florida Gators and lead them to an eventual win. Driskel was said to be questionable to play by head coach Will Muschamp. Muschamp said how Driskel’s ankle was swollen and it was black and blue. He even...
Jeff Driskel injured his ankle during the Florida Gator – Louisiana-Layfette Rajun Cajun game and Jacoby Brissett was forced to come in who threw the game tying pass to tight end Jordan Reed. The Gators blocked a punt with seconds left in the game for a score by Jelani Jenkins for the go ahead win. It’s frustrating that the Florida Gators are struggling with a team from the Sunbelt...
GAINESVILLE, Fla. (AP) -- Florida quarterback Jeff Driskel is doubtful for Saturday's game against Jacksonville State.
Coach Will Muschamp says fellow sophomore Jacoby Brissett likely will start against the lower-division Gamecocks.
Driskel sprained his right ankle in the third quarter of Saturday's 27-20 win over Louisiana-Lafayette and probably won't practice this...
The Gators didn’t waste time putting their second attempt at a season opener out of reach. Florida put together multiple scoring runs in the first half, but it was the defense that stole headlines and changed records. The Gators allowed just nine first-half points, their fewest ever allowed in a half in the shot clock era while cruising to an 84-35 win over Alabama State.
GAINESVILLE, Fla. (AP) -- Back on the court for a full 40 minutes, 10th-ranked Florida got off to a fast start.
Kenny Boynton scored 22 points and the Gators cruised past Alabama State 84-35 on Sunday in their delayed opener.
Florida was supposed to begin the season Friday against Georgetown aboard the USS Bataan, but the game was canceled at halftime because there was moisture...
When the Florida offense gets to the line of scrimmage before the snap, there isn’t much freedom for the quarterback to switch the play. That’s by the design of the Florida coaching staff. The Gators are trying to build a mindset into the team of tough, hardnosed football that features the running game. There isn’t much freedom to switch to pass plays if the defense dictates it.
Florida quarterback Jeff Driskel is considered doubtful for Saturday’s game against Jacksonville State. He will test the ankle on Wednesday to get a better idea, but after spending the first two days of the week on crutches and in a boot, the Gators are expecting Jacoby Brissett to start the game. The offense will change to feature Brissett’s strengths and eliminate most of the...
The Florida Gators are looking at numerous signal callers for next year's class and one of them checks in from the Sunshine state.
With No. 10 Florida already down three players from the team that opened preseason practice, they’re dealing with another blow that could be even bigger. Senior forward Erik Murphy missed practice on Monday with an illness and his status is in doubt with No. 22 Wisconsin coming to Gainesville on Wednesday night. It’s another obstacle the Gators are forced to face this early in the year.
Some could go into the tank after a bad play to keep your team from possibly winning the game. Jordan Reed isn’t one of those. The Gators’ junior tight end continues to be a bright spot in an offense that continues to look for answers. Saturday, he came in clutch and was part of two big plays for an offense that didn’t do much all day.