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It seems that a Florida Gator fan has decorated his backyard with the most glorious thing possible, a football field. It absolutely resembles Florida Field at The Swamp. It appears this was done in preparation for the football season as well as the upcoming Miami Hurricane game that the Florida Gators will play. UF is currently a 3 point and will play in Coral Gables, FL. Antonio Morrison is back from a suspension for barking at a police dog and will have some playing time according to reports. Al Golden and Will Muschamp will face off against each other this weekend. Hold on to you butts! My backyard is ready. My sons are waiting for 90,000 screaming fans to show up and chomp. #ItsGreatUF #GoGators pic.twitter.com/QHR2Cph8GM — Jason Ioppolo (@JEye40) August 31, 2013
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The No. 9 Florida Gators face a rare early season non-conference test when they travel to No. 24 Miami to take on the Hurricanes this Saturday for the teams’ first meeting since 2008.
The Gators are coming off of a 24-6 win against the Toledo Rockets. The Hurricanes easily defeated the Florida Atlantic Owls 34-6 behind a strong performance from running back Duke Johnson.
Versatility. If you were looking for one word to describe redshirt sophomore Valdez Showers’ role in the Florida Gators offense, that would be it. And Showers’ versatility was on full display in Saturday’s season opener against the Toledo Rockets.
Showers made the switch to running back just a few weeks ago while the team was still in fall camp. At the time he was battling...
Jonotthan Harrison, C, Florida, Senior
Height / Weight (lbs) – 6’3” / 310
Projected Round – 7-UFA
(10)Florida @ Miami (FL) – Saturday 12:00pm ET – ESPN
Florida has been on a roll of late when it comes to churning out interior lineman talent, specifically the Pouncey brothers, into NFL talent. Now Jonotthan Brown hopes to continue the school’s success with producing...
The Florida Gators started off on a positive note Saturday with a lot of good things coming from the season opener in The Swamp. Toledo provided a good opening week match up and test for the rest of the season. However, it is time to jump right into the meat of the schedule as the Gators head to Miami on Saturday. Bob and Denny talk about it here.
Bob Redman has been working for or writing about the Florida Gators going on 19 years now. He has attended most and watched all of the Florida games since 1985. Here is a look from the FightinGators.com managing editor at the Gators heading into the showdown with the Hurricanes on Saturday.
Will Muschamp was hired by Florida on Dec. 11, 2010. Al Golden got hired by Miami a day later.
The parallels between the coaches hardly stop there.
Both are in their early 40s, both played at big-time schools, both were defensive coordinators before getting chances to lead a program and both inherited tough jobs at marquee institutions. Some might say they even have similar appearances...
For this week's Throwback Thursday we dug deep into the time machine and pulled out the infamous "Florida Flop" from the 1971 game between the Gators and Hurricanes.
This Florida Gators fan painted his backyard to resemble The Swamp's Florida Field for the kickoff of the 2013 college football season. Go Gators!
The Florida Gators landed a big verbal commitment when cornerback Quincy Wilson announced for the University of Florida. The 6-foot-2, 195-pound defensive back checks in from Fort Lauderdale ( Fla.) University School of Nova S.
Kirk Herbstreit previews the matchup between the Florida Gators and Miami Hurricanes in South Florida.
The Gators don’t have the familiarity with Miami that exists with other rivals. When the coaches turn on tape to start familiarizing with an opponent, there’s carryover from the previous season. That didn’t exist when the coaches turned on the tape of Miami. The most familiarity for the defensive coaches comes from spending time recruiting players on the Miami offense.
With bragging rights on the line, why not post a massive banner on the Miami Student Center encouraging the Canes to beat the Gators?
Miami Hurricanes head coach Al Golden talks the upcoming showdown against the Florida Gators.
A look at the history of the Florida vs Miami rivalry. The five most recent winners of the Gators' and Canes' showdown have all finished within the top five of the AP Poll that very same year.
ACC Digital Network experts Renaldo Wynn and Jeff Fischel break down Saturday's highly-anticipated matchup between the Florida Gators and Miami Hurricanes.