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The Florida Gators dismantled the Missouri Tigers on Saturday night. It was a hostile crowd for the new SEC brethren and the Gator players appreciated what they got from the fans. Three of the big contributors for this top ten team talked to the media after the game and we have that it here for you on video.
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For today’s match up between the Florida Gators and Mizzou Tigers in the O’Connell Center, half of the O’dome will be wearing orange and the other half will be wearing blue. Obviously these are the home colors for the Florida Gators and they are hoping to capitalize on the home field advantage. I’m not usually a fan of “white outs” or “X color outs” unless it’s...
With only a few official visit weekends left the Florida Gators are set to host six this weekend. Kennard Swanson, Robert Nkemdiche, Tashawn Bower, Antonio Riles, Marquis Hawkins and Octavious Jackson will all take official visits to Florida this weekend.
Florida coach Will Muschamp has suspended offensive lineman Jessamen Dunker following his arrest for allegedly stealing a scooter.
Muschamp made the announcement Friday, two days after Dunker was charged with a third-degree felony.
Muschamp says he suspended Dunker, a redshirt freshman expected to compete for a starting job this spring, from all team activities until ''...
You will remember that in September we told you that the Florida Gator Basketball Student Section aka The Rowdy Reptiles had gotten organized. Today in the middle of Billy Donovan earning his 400th Gator win and the team destroying Missouri … Continue reading →
Florida Gator offensive lineman Jessamen Dunker was in some trouble with the law a couple of days ago for allegedly stealing a scooter and not possessing the proper registration for it.
Will Muschamp met with the media today and announced the Dunker would be suspended indefinitely. Muschamp has tried to clean up the Florida Gator program and arrests have been reduced significantly...
Million Dollar Ballers honors Olympic gold medalist and Hall of Famer Chris Mullin and two-time NCAA champion University of Florida Coach Billy Donovan with shirts that support the Herren Project. The post Million Dollar Ballers Presents: The Mully And The Donovan appeared first on The Sports Fan Journal.
GAINESVILLE, Fla. -- Florida center Patric Young dumped a bucket of ice water on coach Billy Donovan in the locker room after the game, a celebratory shower for win No. 400. Young could have doused him at halftime. Scottie Wilbekin had 13 points and 10 assists, his first career double-double, and the 10th-ranked Gators dominated every aspect of Saturday's 83-52 victory over No. 17 Missouri.
The Florida Gators have eight early enrollees on hand for the spring semester including two junior college transfers. Most of them will be expected to make an early impact on a roster that has some questions heading into the fall. The early start can only help the newcomers and that includes yeo of the three linebackers that showed up on campus this week.
A packed O’Dome watched the Gators eviscerate a legitimate top-20 Missouri team today. The shocking thing was how unsurprising it was. This is a very good team. Of course, those packed stands have been a rare sight this season, despite … Continue reading →
The players knew what Saturday meant. It was a top-20 matchup between two of the best teams in the SEC, but it was also an opportunity to get head coach Billy Donovan his 400th career win. The achievement was announced when the game came to a close, but the real surprise came in the locker room when Florida center Patric Young doused Donovan with a bucket of water to celebrate.
The Florida roster continues to shrink. Head coach Will Muschamp announced on Friday afternoon that three players would leave the team and open up scholarships. The timeframe of a potential return for redshirt freshman offensive lineman Jessamen Dunker is also in doubt after he was charged with grand theft on Wednesday. Muschamp updated the team roster at a Friday afternoon press conference.
On Saturday afternoon in Gainesville, the #10/9 Florida Gators (14-2, 4-0) dominated the #17/16 Missouri Tigers (13-4, 2-2) from start to finish for an 83-52 win in front of a sold out crowd.