Posted March 14, 2012 on
The Florida Gators held their first practice of spring football and we have over 20 photos from the day including a shot every new freshman enrollee during their first day on a Florida practice field as a Gator. Practices run through April 7th when Florida will hold their annual spring scrimmage in The Swamp.
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The most talented players at Florida's Pro Day were spectators.
Undersized running back Chris Rainey and underachieving defensive tackle Jaye Howard were the main attractions for NFL scouts Tuesday. No general managers and only one head coach, Jacksonville's Mike Mularkey, were on hand for the workouts. It was a stark contrast from recent years, when the Gators showcased...
Virginia is about to put its pack-line defense on display for the nation against a Florida team well-suited for attacking it.
The 10th-seeded Cavaliers (22-9) and No. 7 Gators (23-10) meet Friday in the NCAA West Regional in Omaha, Neb.
The Gators like to get up and down the court and shoot early in the shot clock. The Cavaliers like to play a half-court game.
For as over-matched as Florida was against No. 1 Kentucky last Sunday, the Gators hung around long enough to make the second half interesting.
But in the final nine minutes, a combination of ill-advised shots and flat-out, wide-open misses doomed the No. 16 Gators in a 74-59 loss before 12,113 at the O’Connell Center.
Hey but at least the Gators Dazzlers were in fine form! Check...
Camp Opens: March 14Spring Game: April 7
Probably the best way to describe Will Muschamp's first year is he survived. After a solid start, the Gators struggled to a 7-6 season. However, it did include a win over Ohio State in the
It might not take Florida long to get back into the SEC race, though. The Gators have 18 returning starters and Muschamp brought in some nice recruits...
It's a bit of a dry year for the Gators as far as draft prospects go, but several current and former Gators worked out at Pro Day in front of a few NFL scouts and one head coach, Jacksonville's Mike Mularkey. Of all the prospects of this year's class, defensive tackle Jaye Howard and running back Chris Rainey seem to have the highest draft stock.
The Gators' 2012 signing class is in the books, and before you know it, there will be some new faces in the Orange and Blue. FightinGators.com is taking a few minutes to talk to the incoming freshmen, so you can get to know these guys you’ll see on the field at the Swamp.
[Editor’s Note: This might be the last game we get to preview the basketball team (and if not, it will definitely be in the next round) so I would just like to say thanks to the basketball team for a hell of a run this season.]
We got what we wanted: an NCAA bid. But the Hoos still have to play some more basketball. And the committee, always enjoying interesting opening round...
Sophomore receiver Quinton Dunbar was adamant Thursday that the Florida Gators of 2011 had too much talent on the field not to produce at a higher level. Dunbar believes that a new attitude has started to enter in the ranks and the 2012 version of the Florida Gators will be a lot different team. Communication is key and he says these Gators have plenty.