Found January 30, 2013 on
The Bull Gator:
Florida Gators commentary in five parts, as in there’s one, two, three, four, five of them.
We’re at that critical point of the year. Critical in that National Signing Day is fast approaching and there are still some recruits on the table. From the desired to the impossible to the probable, they’re out there undecided about their next destination. The Florida Gators are still looking for a few bodies. With the class coming together nicely and nearly full, there are a few final pieces to put into the puzzle. The final set of prospects that may or may not join the Gators’ 2013 recruiting class.
1. The odds that the nation’s top prospect—Grayson (Loganville, FL) defensive end Robert Nkemdiche—commits to Florida are slim-to-none. It would take the miracle of all miracles for the Gators’ coaching staff to pull it off. Because of that we have never really expected Nkemdiche to fully consider Florida an option. Yes, he recently visited Gainesville and does like the program and where it’s ...
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The Florida Gators have to replace a lot from a College World Series team a year ago and will rely on youth to make things happen. Taylor Gushue and Zack Powers are a couple of young guys that will be relied heavily upon for any chance of the gators to return for a deep post season run. Cody Jones and Allison Banko talk about some of the issues this team will face as they prepare for the season.
Cody Jones and Allison Banko talk about the serious spanking the Florida Gators are putting on the rest of the SEC in Men's basketball. This, following a 73-32 pasting of the South Carolina Gamecocks. Our Fightin' Gators reporters share their thoughts on just how special this team is playing to date in this short video segment.
After opening Southeastern Conference play with four of six games on the road, No. 4 Florida returns home on Wednesday night to host South Carolina at 8 p.m. The stretch goes back even further than that. Three of Florida’s last 12 games have been played at home. The Gators now bring momentum with them into a stretch with four of their next five games at home.
The Gators took their No. 8 ranking on the road last and plowed through two of the three teams at the bottom of the Southeastern Conference standings. While Florida was taking care of its business, other top-eight teams weren’t. Because of that, the Gators were stamped as the No. 4 team in the country on Monday, the highest ranking since Florida’s second national championship in 2006-07.
Leading the way for the Gators will be guard Kenny Boynton (15.9 ppg), who turned down the NBA. Boynton is the returning leader scorer in the SEC. Boynton is just a flat out scorer. He is a great athlete that can drive to the hole and shoot the three. Last season he made 110 threes while shooting 41 %. Don’t be shocked to see Boynton running the point at times he was...
GAINESVILLE, Fla. -- Florida's latest victory made the previous six seem like nail-biters.Kenny Boynton and Mike Rosario scored 15 points apiece and No. 4 Florida dominated another Southeastern Conference opponent, drubbing South Carolina 75-36 Wednesday night.