Found April 05, 2013 on
Fox Sports Florida:
Via Florida Gators press release
Florida Gators head coach Will Muschamp announced Tuesday that the format for the 2013 Orange and Blue Debut on April 6 will be a unique open practice for fans instead of a game, due to numerous injuries which has left the Gators with just six offensive linemen. The format will be similar to the previous 14 practices the Gators have conducted this spring, with some special additions to enhance the experience for fans.
Before, during and after the practice, Muschamp will address the crowd to give them an inside look and an explanation of some of the drills and scrimmage situations the team will be running. The team will still have several 11-on-11 scrimmage periods, but there will also be periods of special teams and individual work mixed in that will closely resemble a normal Gator football practice.
The Orange and Blue Debut will air live on FOXs Sun Sports statewide from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m..
Fans living outside the state of Florida will be able to stream the event live online via www.FOXSportsFlorida.com (CLICK HERE)
BEST OF MAXIM
Heading into a very big visit weekend for the University of Florida the Gators and head coach Will Muschamp are right where they want to be for the class of 2014. The Gators have five four star verbal commitments and eight overall.
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