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The 2013 football season has not been kind to the Florida Gators. This past weekend, Florida dropped to 4-5 by losing 34-17 to Vanderbilt at home, and it’s safe to say that the boo birds are coming out. Fans are obviously not happy with the recent results on the field, and now many are starting to call for Will Muschamp’s head. Tonight, an interesting sign made its way to Bull Gator Plaza, right outside of the school’s football complex:
So, this is happening right outside the #Gators football facilities. RT @fire_muschamp: #FireMuschamp pic.twitter.com/tIzblrB7Ww
— Thomas Goldkamp (@Goldkamp247) November 11, 2013
At least this fan tried to ask nicely, although they couldn’t get the “please” right. It’s going to be interesting to see how the Gators fare the rest of the season — they still have very stiff tests at South Carolina and home against Florida State, both which could get ugly. If that does happen to be the case, “Fire Will Muschamp” displays may start becoming a bit more p...
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After Saturday's sparsely attended 34-17 home loss to Vanderbilt -- the first home loss to the Commodores since 1945 -- the Florida Gators find themselves in need of an upset over South Carolina this Saturday or vs. Florida State on Nov. 30 just to become bowl eligible.
UF's 4-5 start represents a remarkable plummet from last year's 11-2 finish and Sugar Bowl berth....
So…how far have the once mighty Florida Gators fallen?
Wasn't it just yesterday when Tim Tebow was leading the Urban Meyer run Gators to a National Title?
Well, to the Florida faithful, that probably seems like a century ago. Especially in light of Saturday afternoon's 34-17 loss to Vanderbilt. In Gainesville. And it was the first time Vandy's won in the Swamp…since...
If you think that things couldn't have gotten a lot worse for the Florida Gators football program, then they did. They got a lot worse. They got Put-Will-Muschamp-On-The-Freaking-Hotseat Worse. That'll happen when you lose at home to Vanderbilt for the first time since two years after the Second World War ended (that's 1947 folks!). Elsewhere in the SEC, Alabama got a...
GAINESVILLE, Fla. -- The Gators have already lost their starting quarterback, their top defensive lineman and their most experienced running back to season-ending injuries.
Add their top tackler to the list.
Florida coach Will Muschamp announced Monday that sophomore starting middle linebacker Antonio Morrison, who leads the Gators with 56 tackles, will miss the rest of the season...
It's officially basketball season in Gainesville. For the fans who haven't gotten into the mood quite yet, this 2013-14 Florida Gators hype video should do the trick.
The Florida Gators were embarrassed on their home field on Saturday by a Vanderbilt team that had not won a game in Gainesville since 1945. The 34-17 loss was probably the lowest point of the season for Will Muschamp’s team, but freshman wide receiver Ahmad Fulwood did provide Florida fans with one incredible highlight in […]
It’s been a disappointing year in Gainesville, as Florida’s 34-17 loss to Vanderbilt likely means the Gators will be home for the bowl...
The Gators are now recruiting Ocala Vanguard tight end Elkanah Dillon.
Florida Gators wide receiver Ahmad Fullwood made a circus-style touchdown catch against the Vanderbilt Commodores on Saturday.
Tyler Murphy's four turnovers led to three touchdowns, helping Vanderbilt embarrass Florida 34-17 Saturday for the program's first win in Gainesville since 1945. The Commodores snapped a 22-game losing streak in the lopsided series and moved a step closer to becoming bowl eligible for the third consecutive season under coach James Franklin.
It’s that time of the year again. That’s right. Florida Gators Basketball is back, though it didn’t completely begin as planned.
Billy Donovan couldn’t exactly be described as a happy camper after the game:
We are light years away from even being a remotely good defensive team right now and light years away from even being a ranked team.
Donovan has plenty...
With Florida's historical loss to Vanderbilt, the Gators are looking for any kind of light at the end of the tunnel. During that search, what the team has is each other. Senior offensive guard Jon Halapio said following the game that they will play the rest of the year for each other and gives you a little more insight into what he and the team is thinking in this short segment...
One of the top signal callers in the class of 2015 was on hand earlier today as the Florida Gators suffered a loss to the Vanderbilt Commodores in the Swamp. The Gators will try and right the ship with three games left in the season.
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After finishing 11-2 in 2012, the Florida Gators were hoping to build on that season and contend for an SEC Championship this year. The Gators started out 4-1 with an early season loss to the Miami Hurricanes being the only hiccup. Since then, the season has come off the rails with a host of injuries that have contributed greatly to four straight losses...
Florida will make the trek to Madison to take on Wisconsin Tuesday night, but they’ll make the trip with a short roster. The Gators will have eight scholarship players available to face the Badgers, but even among those, there are multiple injuries. Eli Carter, Michael Frazier and Will Yeguete are all playing through injuries early this season.