Posted January 22, 2013 on
There is little denying the need for defensive linemen in the 2013 recruiting class for Florida. The Gators lose four this year that will test the NFL waters and more to come next year. The Gators love to rotate depth in the trenches and keep guys fresh, and adding linemen and keeping the one’s they have committed is important. This past weekend went a long way in easing the mind of Antonio Riles.
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The Florida Gators continue their annihilation of the SEC with another huge road blow out. This times it was at the expense of rival Georgia. The Gators were down at halftime and poured it on in the second half taking home a 62-47 victory and moving to 5-0 ion the conference.Here is pictoral account of the game.
Florida head coach Will Muschamp didn’t waste time filling his coaching staff. The Gators officially announced the hiring of South Carolina defensive line coach Brad Lawing on Tuesday. Lawing will coach the Florida defensive line and have the title of assistant head coach.
They looked like what they are: the best team in the SEC.
When Florida demolished Georgia 64-47 at Stegeman Coliseum Wednesday night, the Gators put an emphatic exclamation point on a season that has seen only two losses and 15 wins. Billy Donovan's guys moved to 5-0 in the conference and looked almost unstoppable.
In a seven-day stretch, they swept Georgia for the year and...
The Gators moved up in both polls after an impressive week that featured a 21-point win at Texas A&M and a 31-point win against No. 17 Missouri.
No. 8 Florida shook off a sluggish first half and romped past another Southeastern Conference opponent, beating Georgia 64-47 Wednesday night behind 17 points from Scottie Wilbekin.
Florida (15-2, 5-0 SEC) trailed 27-24 at halftime, making just 1 of 9 attempts beyond the 3-point arc. But the Gators quickly turned things around after the break. Wilbeken and Mike Rosario hits back...
There are plenty of names that need to be replaced from the Florida defense in 2013. The Gators had four juniors leave school early and graduated three players that earned multiple starts. With a new defensive coordinator taking over that side of the ball in 2013, there will be new faces for the Gators on defense. However, there is still plenty of talent on that side of the ball.
It’s the challenge for elite teams every year. When they’re winning and having success, being able to maintain that level of play is what mature teams do. The Gators have an opportunity to prove that this week at Georgia and Mississippi State, who have won two combined conference games. It starts on Wednesday night in Athens. The No. 8 Gators believe they’re ready for the challenge.
When last season came to an end, Florida head coach Billy Donovan sat down with Mike Rosario to decide the future. It wasn’t secure that Rosario would be back in Gainesville. After disappointing in 2011-12, Rosario had to become more dedicated to the program or find another place to play. Donovan left the decision up to his guard. Now the team’s second leading scorer, Rosario...
Florida head coach Billy Donovan has been around a lot of good perimeter defenders in his time at Florida. He’s not shy about putting junior guard Scottie Wilbekin among the best. Donovan has raved about Corey Brewer and Justin Hamilton playing defense in the past, but Wilbekin has turned into his new stopper. His on-ball defense has sparked one of the nation’s best defenses this year.
Even with Florida’s 4-0 start to conference play this season, the Gators are still not at full strength. Nagging injuries have plagued the team since preseason practice began. Florida now heads back to the road for conference games this week at Georgia and Mississippi State without forward Casey Prather. Forward Erik Murphy is one of the other players that are playing through pain.