Posted October 18, 2012 on
GamecockAnthem takes a weekly look at a few things to watch for in the upcoming game. This week's edition focuses on the third straight top 10 ranked opponent in the Florida Gators.

Gators announce 2013 football schedule

GAINESVILLE, Fla. The Gators are currently second in the BCS rankings and in the midst of a comeback 2012 season that includes a home game loaded with SEC East implications Saturday against South Carolina. While the Gators have much to play for this season, Floridas 2013 schedule was released Thursday. The Gators kick off next season at home on Aug. 31 against Toledo of the Mid...

2012 ESPN GameDay Signs: South Carolina Vs. Florida

Today will be the 35th time Florida has appeared on College GameDay and the 12th time the school has hosted. The Gators are 7-4 in home GameDay appearances. One more fact for you junkies – this is the first time UF has hosted GameDay since 2009. Ohio State still holds the record for hosting GameDay with 13. As for signs, South Carolina is in town. Find a variation of ‘Cock,...

Q&A with's Bob Redman

Bob Redman from answers Gamecock fans questions on the Florida Gators. Be sure to check out Bob's responses on the questions about Florida's early success and much more in this Q&A session.

Florida Gators 2013 Football Schedule Released; Gators Keep LSU, Add Arkansas

The Florida Gators 2013 football schedule has been released and the debates have begun. Although, there weren’t really that many and all remains well in Gator Nation. Without delay, here’s what the Gators will face in 2013: August 31 – Toledo – Gainesville, FL September 7 – Miami – Miami, FL September 21 – Tennessee – Gainesville, FL September 28 – Kentucky ...

Muschamp SEC Teleconference Q&A

As the Florida Gators prepare for their SEC East showdown with South Carolina they are trying to get healthy for a Gamecock team that brings some punch when they play. A home game in The Swamp is at hand and Florida head coach Will Muschamp knows the value of playing in front of 90,000 plus screaming Gators. he talks about all of this and more in his weekly teleconference.

FOX Sports Florida, Sun Sports to broadcast more than 120 men's college basketball games

(FT. LAUDERDALE, FLA.) FOX Sports Florida and Sun Sports announced the network's broadcast schedule for the upcoming 2012-2013 mens college basketball season. This year, college basketball fans throughout Florida will be treated to a robust schedule of more than 120 NCAA Division I games on both FOX Sports Florida and Sun Sports. The top conferences in the country will be on...

Practice Report: Gamecocks feeling the bug

South Carolina is feeling the repercussions of a flu bug that has made its way around the team as the Gamecocks continue to get ready for the Florida Gators. There are also some injury concerns leaving the status of several Gamecock star players in question for this weekend's game.

South Carolina Gamecocks vs. Florida Gators Preview and Prediction

Even with South Carolina’s loss to LSU last week, Saturday’s game between Florida and South Carolina is one of the marquee games for Week 8. The...

Joyer producing in less-glamorous role

Hunter Joyer is no stranger to the limelight on the field. He's found comfort when grasping the ball’s bumped leather and producing on offense. As a youth, he was a running back — all eyes on him, the weight of scoring touchdowns resting on his shoulders. In the midst of his sophomore year at Florida, he is in a new role — one that lies in more of the spotlight’s shadow...

120 Minutes For Goal One

One hundred and twenty minutes. That’s what it’s going to take for Florida to play in Atlanta in December. The number one goal of the team is to play in the SEC Championship Game. That means they have to win their division inside the SEC. The Gators may have very well had the best half season of any in college football, but the next two games will decide their fate.

Opponent Preview: South Carolina

The Ol’ Ball Coach Steve Spurrier returns to his self-named The Swamp this Saturday to take on his former Florida Gators in a pivotal SEC East matchup. The game is huge for several reasons. For starters, ESPN’s College Game Day … Continue reading →

Whatever It Takes

Everyone seems to want to mess up the magic formula that has the Gators at 6-0 and ranked third in the country. A stout defense, exceptional special teams, and a strong rushing offense have led the way to the strong start, but folks are crying for more balance on offense. The Gators would probably like there to be more pop in their passing game, but will do whatever it takes to win games.

Donovan open to transfers that fit

The Gators have supplemented their high school recruiting with transfers in recent years. It was Vernon Macklin and Mike Rosario transferring in from Big East schools that started the trend, but the Gators have both Dorian Finney-Smith and Damontre Harris sitting out this season after transferring to Florida. The decision about whether or not to take a transfer is always based on the fit.
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