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The Bull Gator:
The state of a North Carolina has been good to the Florida Gators football program in recent years. Very good in fact. North Carolina has given the Gators Brandon Spikes, Xavier Nixon and newcomers Jonathan Bullard, D.J. Humphries, Rhaheim Ledbetter and Alex McCalister, who have opened the pipeline down to the Sunshine State. Tyrone Crowder – a star offensive guard in the 2013 recruiting class – could keep it open.
Crowder has 15 offers and has mostly focused on schools in his home state. However, the 6’2″, 325-guard from Richmond Senior (Rockingham, NC) is also considering both Florida and Alabama and has a connection of sorts to the Gators – new strength and conditioning coach Jeff Dillman played at Richmond. That may not be enough to push Crowder to Florida (he hasn’t even narrowed his list down to his finalists at this point), but connections never hurt when it comes to recruiting and if the Gators can find one inroad, that could be enough in the end.
Crowder plays tackle at Ric...
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There was a collective sigh among Florida Gators fans when they found out Ronald Powell had torn his ACL in the Orange and Blue Debut. Potential seeps out of Powell and 2012 was to be the season where it all came together for the buck defensive end/linebacker. He had been mentioned as a practice star and someone that was more than determined to turn around his career and become a...
Round 1 of the 2012 NFL Draft came and went on Thursday night and as expected no former Florida Gators were selected. It wasn’t surprising, but to many indicates just how far the Gators have fallen off the map.
That’s true, but it also isn’t. College talent doesn’t always equal NFL talent. It’s a different game and employs different types of players. A great college player...
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The No. 2/5 Florida Gators baseball team found its offensive grove on Wednesday night in a 10-1 win over the Bethune-Cookman Wildcats. Searching for run production, the Gators reaching double digits in scoring for the first time since a 10-2 victory over the Vanderbilt Commodores on March 16. In addition to the offensive surge, Florida’s pitching was on its game. Five pitchers...
The homestand comes to an end this weekend. The No. 2/5 Florida Gators host the No. 17/22 Arkansas Razorbacks in a three-game weekend series beginning Friday night before the Gators head out to the road during the first week of May.
Opponent: Arkansas Razorbacks
When: Friday, April 27 – 7:00pm; Saturday, April 28 – 7:00pm; Sunday, April 29 – 3:30pm
We’re getting dangerously close to that term we throw around when things get desperate – “must-win.” We’re not at desperate just yet – it’s hard to classify a team in any sport with a record of 31-10 that way – but we’re getting there. The No. 2/5 Florida Gators baseball team enters Wednesday night’s matchup with the Bethune-Cookman Wildcats having gone 7-7 over...
The Gators will be on the schedule for both new SEC teams this fall. Luckily for Florida, head coach Will Muschamp already has some familiarity with Missouri and Texas A&M. The spread offense head coach Gary Pinkel and his staff run at Missouri causes matchup problems, and the Gators will be the first SEC team to take on the new Texas A&M offense under first-year head coach Kevin Sumlin.