Posted February 04, 2013 on
The Gators continue to climb in the polls every week as the wins keep coming. After a blowout of South Carolina and a 14-point win over Ole Miss last week, Florida climbed from No. 4 to No. 2 in both polls this week. The 14-point win for the Gators was the closest game in conference action they've played this year.
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Start dreaming. Tis the season for lists, letters of intent and wondering if signatures scribbled in February will lead to clutching Waterford crystal come January.
In Gainesville, toes are tapping. It has been five seasons since Urban Meyers Florida Gators toasted Oklahoma at Sun Life Stadium to claim the orange and blues second national title in three years. National Signing Day...
Florida Gators commentary in five parts, as in there’s one, two, three, four, five of them.
It all comes to an end on Wednesday. The Florida Gators will announce their 2013 football recruiting class and that will close to door on another hard-fought cycle. Commits came early and often and, as the class currently stands, things are looking up. The Gators are always a player in the...
The Gators have heard all about the home dominance Arkansas displays. The Razorbacks have lost just five of their last 38 home games since the middle of the 2010-11 season. Sandwiched in there is a 30-point thumping by Florida last season, easily the worst loss for Arkansas at home in the last three seasons and the fourth biggest win for Florida ever in a conference road game.
The Florida Gators are currently steam rolling the SEC. They're 8-0, and the closest anyone has played them is 14 points. They are winning by an average of 26.5 points. They don't have a single game left on their schedule where they aren't predicted by Pomeroy to be a double digit favorite.
They have the No. 2 offense in the nation and the best defense. In conference...
Kenny Boynton came to Gainesville four years ago billed as one of the top high school players in the country. Before starting his senior year, Boynton even admitted that he never imagined he would play at Florida for four years. His game has changed while being a four-year starter for the Gators, as he recorded his first career ten-assist game in a win over Ole Miss on Saturday.
It was a matter of time before a game like Tuesday happened to No. 2 Florida. The Gators were playing close to flawless in their first eight conference games this season, and it all came crashing down in Fayetteville. Florida head coach Billy Donovan was disappointed with the way his team started the game while the Razorbacks continued to pull away and cruised to an 80-69 win.