Posted December 14, 2012 on
The Florida Gators are having a big recruiting run and hope for It to continue. Four commitments in the last week are leading up to a big recruiting weekend with some of the offensive weapons of the future in Gainesville. At least five official visitors are scheduled and four of them are skill players on offense.
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The recruiting train hasn’t stopped for the Florida Gators. On Wednesday, four-star wide receiver Demarcus Robinson flipped his commitment from Clemson to Florida and instantly became one of the most important members of the 2013 recruiting class. With reports that Robinson may visit Gainesville as early as this upcoming weekend, a commitment–if coming–wasn’t expected until...
Freshman cornerback Willie Bailey will transfer after one season with the Florida Gators during which he saw no action on the field. Bailey was to receive a redshirt after not getting on the field during the 2012 season. Despite coming back in 2013 with four full years of eligibility remaining, Bailey decided to look for playing time elsewhere.
A three-star recruit out of Hallandale...
For the first 7 games (and 39:53 into this one) the Florida Gators never once trailed past the 15:00 minute mark of the 1st half. In other words, they've played virtually the entire season with the lead. Tonight was no different as the Gators took the lead with 17:31 left in the 1st. They built an eleven point lead in the first half only to see Arizona score eight points in the...
Billy Donovan has two years remaining on his contract with Florida.
There are plenty of familiar names on both teams from last season’s matchup between Arizona and Florida in Gainesville. The Gators were the only ranked team last season when the teams met, coming in at No. 12, but the returning experience is a major reason why both teams are ranked in the top ten for this matchup. The scene shifts as the teams will tip off on Saturday at 10 p.m. EST in Tucson.
Florida head coach Billy Donovan will be in a position he has been in just once all season when the Gators tip off at Arizona on Saturday. He’ll have his entire roster available. No suspensions, no concussions, no nagging injuries. The only other time that happened was before Florida’s 33-point pummeling of Marquette. The full roster means Donovan has plenty of chess pieces to play.