Posted February 16, 2012 on
The Florida Gators are set to host 40 or more of the highest rated prospects in the south this weekend in what head coach Will Muschamp hopes to be a prosperous weekend. We have caught up with quite a few of the prospects before their arrival to see just what they are looking for. Take a look inside the Insider message boards at FightinGators.com for the latest.
BEST OF MAXIM
BEST. PHOTOBOMB. EVER.
Patric Young of the Florida Gators slam dunks the ball as a photographer for al.com catches a guy in the stands with a giant head picture of himself making the same face that he was currently making. I can’t think of anything more hilarious.
This is an early season favorite for basketball picture of the year.
TUSCALOOSA, Ala. No one will ever know what sortof night Florida center Patric Young would have had against a fully stockedAlabama team.
But one thing UF coach Billy Donovan does know: The reason Young was sodominant in Tuesday night's 61-52 road win over the Crimson Tide was because ofthe way his 6-foot-9, 255-pound sophomore prepared after the Gators sufferedback-to-back...
Led by double doubles from Tiffany Clarke and Stephanie Holzer and clutch shooting by Christina Foggie and Jasmine Lister, Vanderbilt defeated the Florida Gators 75-69 in overtime in Memorial Gym. The victory was the 20th of the season for the 'Dores, ensuring that 2011-12 will be their 13th consecutive 20-win season.
TUSCALOOSA, Ala. -- Patric Young scored 19 points, and Erik Murphy and Bradley Beal threw in 14 each as the 14th-ranked Florida Gators used a furious blitz to open the second and went on to a 61-52 road defeat of Alabama before 12,187 at Coleman Coliseum.
In clinching its 14th straight 20-win season, UF (20-6, 8-3) blew open a game that was tied at halftime by scoring the first...
The Alabama men's basketball team fell to 16-9 and 5-6 in Southeastern Conference play with a 61-52 loss to the No. 14 Florida Gators
Patric Young scored 19 points and the Florida Gators rebounded from consecutive losses, scoring the first 16 points of the second half to win at undermanned Alabama.
Patric Young scored 19 points, and Erik Murphy and Bradley Beal threw in 14 each as the 14th-ranked Florida Gators used a furious blitz to open the second and went on to a 61-52 road defeat of Alabama before 12,187 at Coleman Coliseum.
In clinching its 14th straight 20-win season, UF (20-6, 8-3) blew open a game that was tied at halftime by scoring the first 16 points after intermission...
The Florida Gators check in at No. 1 in ESPN.com's preseason NCAA baseball power rankings.
GAINESVILLE — Florida senior Erving Walker figures some of the record lists he's climbing this year are a byproduct of time. A three-year starter, the point guard has been around enough to rise to the top 10 in several categories.