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Florida Gators defensive tackle Sharrif Floyd tells coaches and scouts at the 2013 NFL Combine that he likes The Disney Channel.
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Sharrif Floyd/Florida: Skills/Attributes: When he wins, he does so with extremely violent and active hands. Punches really have pop to them. Flashes explosion off the snap with a flurry of movement in both his upper and lower body. Inconsistent on a snap-to-snap basis; there is a big gap between his best plays and his [...]
GAINESVILLE, Fla. Sharrif Floyd boarded a flight for Indianapolis on Friday morning where he will participate in the NFL Combine.
Floyd's draft stock was already soaring long before he took off.
Since Floyd played his final game for the Gators in the Sugar Bowl and declared for the draft afterward, the 6-foot-3, 305-pound defensive tackle has been one of the draft's top...
After his run-in with the law over two weeks ago, Florida Gators cornerback Louchiez Purifoy’s criminal stretch is no more, as the Gainesville state attorney’s office has decided to drop its case against Purifoy, due to lack of evidence. Purifoy, a fan-favorite for many, was arrested for allegedly being present in a car containing marijuana. Before the case was dropped, Purifoy...
Tony Pauline hears that the Pittsburgh Steelers are ”drooling over“ BYU OLB Ziggy Ansah.
I’m sure all 3-4 teams feel the same way, as there’s been a lot of buzz surrounding Ansah since his outstanding Senior Bowl performance. Ansah could step in for James Harrison, who could be a potential cap casualty in the coming weeks.
It’s hard to speculate where Ansah...
GAINESVILLE, Fla. When the Gators are at full strength, which has not been often this season, Billy Donovan has a solid eight-man rotation upon which he can rely.
He used only seven players in the Gators' 71-54 victory over Arkansas on Saturday night in front of a sellout crowd at the O'Connell Center, still adjusting to life without junior forward Will Yeguete, who missed...
No. 5 Florida doesn’t need to be warned about Arkansas. The Gators have seen it for themselves. Just under three weeks ago, the Razorbacks got hot from the field as the Gators allowed a season-high 80 points in Fayetteville, giving Florida its first Southeastern Conference loss. But Saturday night isn’t about revenge. It’s about staying ahead in the SEC standings.
The Gators learned a lesson on Tuesday. At least that’s what Florida head coach Billy Donovan hopes that Saturday’s outcome showed. The Gators launched three-point attempts without hesitation at Missouri, and in the end, the reliance on the perimeter was the team’s undoing. Saturday’s conference win over Arkansas showed the Gators can still go inside when they need points in the paint.