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If defense wins championships, the Florida Gators are on the right path for the class of 2013 and now have secured a commitment from one of the hardest hitting safeties in all of high school football. South Sumter head hunter Keanu Neal visited Gainesville for Florida’s junior day and has given his pledge to the Florida Gators.
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Jennifer George finished with 15 points to pace Florida, and the Gators used an 8-3 run in the game's final 2:47 to upset No. 18 Georgia 61-57 on Sunday.
Lanita Bartley added 11 points and Andrea Vilaro Aragones had 10 for the Gators (17-10, 7-7 Southeastern Conference), who snapped a two-game skid against ranked teams.
It was Bartley who finished it off for Florida, sinking...
One of the annual marque SEC East match-ups might disappear from CBS. David Pascall reports that the Tiffany Network may drop the Florida-Tennessee game from its schedule this year. You can blame the addition of Texas A&M and Missouri to the SEC for this, but the lackluster performance of the Vols and Gators on the field last year have a big part of it as well.
GAINESVILLE, Fla. -- If you have read the glowing preseason projections and are attuned to the national polls, then it might seem odd the Gators are even playing their usual 56-game regular season.
Why not just head straight to Omahas TD Ameritrade Park for the College World Series?
Ah, if it were only that easy. While the Gators enter the 2012 season projected by many to win the...
With the 2012 signing day just behind us, the Florida Gators are in the midst of getting the train rolling on 2013. Already with four commitments in the class, Florida is set to host a junior day of semi-epic proportions on Saturday. The Gators are looking to sign somewhere around 22 prospects in the class and would like nothing better than to get a lot of the class done early.
The Florida Gators just landed the top-running back in the history of high school football in the state of football. Kelvin Taylor, son of former NFL and Gator great, Fred Taylor, verbally committed to the University of Florida this morning.
Taylor somehow isn’t listed as a 5-star recruit by Rivals and Scout, but is by ESPN. That will probably change as he plays out his senior...
The age old saying goes "Defense Wins Championships," and for the Florida Gators they are right on cue as they have added yet another top notch defensive player for the class of 2013. Quinton Powell is one of the top defensive players in the Sunshine state in 2013 and he is now a member of the Gator Nation.
Mainland's athletic, do-it-all defensive stalwart Quinton Powell has committed to play for the Florida Gators.
It would’ve been hard to expect what happened on Saturday in Fayetteville. After it wasn’t pretty for the Gators over their last three games, No. 12 Florida looked like one of the best teams in the country against Arkansas. The Gators shot 61.5% from the field while holding the Razorbacks to just 36.8% and running away to a 98-68 win.
Offensive lineman Joshua Outlaw from Lithonia, Georgia Martin Luther King drove south to Gainesville, Florida on Saturday and paid a visit to the Florida Gators for a massive Junior Day event that netted several public commitments. After the visit, Outlaw knows the serious need Florida has for offensive linemen and he says he will back in Gainesville before too long.
Florida forward Will Yeguete and guard Mike Rosario have been cleared to practice and could play at Arkansas on Saturday.
GAINESVILLE — Forward Will Yeguete could be returning from a concussion sooner than expected. The Florida sophomore has been out since Saturday and was not expected to play in either of the team's games this week.
No. 12 Florida 98, Arkansas 68: Erving Walker snapped out of his scoring slump with a career-high 31 points, as the hot-shooting Gators handed the Razorbacks their first home loss of the season.
Erving Walker scored a career-high 31 points and No. 14 Florida ended Arkansas' perfect home record with a 98-68 win.