Posted February 11, 2012 on
The Gators of Gautier struggled through a difficult season in 2011. GHS will have a new coach at the helm in 2012 and the new staff will be fortunate to see #7 Xavien Johnson on the roster for one more season. Johnson is one of the Mississippi Gulf Coast's top players for the 2013 signing class. Highlights of Johnson in action are featured in this FOXSportsNext presentation.
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The team that leads the nation in 3-pointers now has concerns from behind the arc.
Florida's 3-point shooting percentage is way down in Southeastern Conference play, dropping from 41.4 to 35.8. Making matters worse, the eighth-ranked Gators are allowing league opponents to shoot 41 percent from 3-point range - a trend coach Billy Donovan would like to see turn around Saturday...
Florida must wait until next month for a chance to avenge this week's blowout loss to the nation's No. 1 team. Its shot at revenge against a lesser regarded foe has arrived.
The eighth-ranked Gators look to bounce back Saturday as they try to keep Tennessee winless on the road and avoid a regular-season sweep to their SEC rival.
Florida (19-5, 7-2) saw its season-best seven...
The Gators remember what happened when they opened SEC play in Knoxville last month. Florida dropped an 11-point decision against the Volunteers while opening conference play with a flat, emotionless effort. The loss woke the Gators up as they ripped off a seven-game winning streak that came to an end on Tuesday. They have an opportunity for revenge against Tennessee on Saturday at 4 p.m.
The Florida pitching staff gets plenty of attention with the 2012 season set to start on Friday night, but the offense stole the show during Sunday's scrimmage. The Gators combined to hit seven home runs and scored 17 runs in the final full scrimmage before the season starts.
Gators sophomore Will Yeguete suffers concussion vs. TennesseeGAINESVILLE – Forward Will Yeguete is doubtful for the Florida game at Alabama on Tuesday after suffering a concussion during Saturday's loss to Tennessee.
The last two months have been very busy for signal caller Christian Hackenberg. The 6'3 and 205-pound quarterback is up to ten offers with the Florida Gators being the most recent offer.
The No. 32 Florida State men's tennis team (8-1) travels to Gainesville to square off with the No. 5 Florida Gators (3-1). On Saturday, February 11, the teams will face off at 1 p.m. at the Ring Tennis Complex.