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The Gators made it official Wednesday morning that Brent Pease will be named offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach. Pease has been coaching for 21 years and spent the previous six at Boise State. Eleven of his 21 seasons as a coach have come as an offensive coordinator, also serving in that role at Montana, Northern Arizona, Kentucky and Baylor.
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Florida coach Will Muschamp keeps saying recruiting is going great. The three major recruiting websites agree with him.
The Gators have 18 players committed for the upcoming signing class, including six that are enrolled and on campus. Rivals.com ranks that group No. 3 in the country (behind Alabama and Texas), Scout.com has it No. 5 and ESPN places it at No. 4.
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Florida has hired Boise State's Brent Pease as its offensive coordinator, said a person familiar with the search.
The person spoke to The Associated Press Tuesday on condition of anonymity because an official announcement is scheduled for Wednesday.
Pease has agreed to a three-year deal worth a little more than $500,000, the person said, on par with what other play-callers...
The Florida Gators missed on a couple of top prospects Monday and now must turn their attention elsewhere. Hamilton County (GA) defensive end Jordan Jenkins decided he would stay in state and go to Georgia while Mt. San Antonio Junior College lineman Junior Salt broke his commitment to Florida and will stay closer to home to attend Utah. A good class for Florida will still only get better.
The Gators received head coach Billy Donovan's message. The Florida head coach ripped the team for their defensive effort in Saturday's loss at Tennessee, and the Gators responded by holding Georgia to 48 points, the fewest Florida has allowed all season. The Gators were active on defense from the opening tipoff and held Georgia to 36.4% from the field.
It looks like Will Muschamp’s search for the best offensive coordinator in America is over.
Brent Pease will be the Florida Gators’ next offensive coordinator, according to multiple media reports. A source confirmed to The Post that Pease accepted the job and his hiring will be announced Wednesday.
Pease, from Boise State, will leave one of the country’s best offenses to fix...
The Gators should be “Pease’d” about today’s news as Brent Pease has been named offensive coordinator. Pease will replace Charlie Weis, who recently left the Gators to become Head Coach of the University of Kansas. Pease will also serve as the … Continue reading →
GAINESVILLE, Fla. -- Bradley Beal knew things would turn around. He's too good of a shooter to stay in a slump for very long. Beal broke out of a four-game funk by scoring 17 points to lead No. 19 Florida to its 15th straight home win, 70-48 over Georgia on Tuesday night.
This might be a light year for Florida in the NFL Draft, but six players who were seniors last season will continue auditioning for pro teams in upcoming all-star games.
The Gators’ top two draft prospects, DT Jaye Howard and RB Chris Rainey, will play in the Senior Bowl on Jan. 28 (3 p.m., NFL Network). That game is at Ladd-Peebles Stadium in Mobile, Ala.
QB John Brantley is one...
A trio of Gators have been named to the rosters of the inaugural Battle of Florida game set to take place at FAU Stadium in Boca Raton later this month. Wide receiver Deonte Thompson (Belle Glade) and offensive lineman Dan Wenger (Coral Springs) have been named to the South roster while defensive end William Green (Hoover, Ala.) was selected to the North roster.
A tutorial between the offensive football minds of the Patriots and the Florida Gators in 2005 helped shape the unit led by Tom Brady in New England.
This is all new to Florida guard Bradley Beal.
GAINESVILLE -- Florida coach Billy Donovan wanted to see freshman guard Bradley Beal's play and the Gators'...