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This "Fire Muschamp" sign was spotted outside of Ben Hill Griffin Stadium on Sunday night. Some fans have officially started the campaign.
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Florida Gators football fans did not seem to be coming out to "The Swamp" for Saturday's homecoming game against Vanderbilt, as evidenced by the thousands of empty seats observed at Ben Hill Griffin Stadium just 10 minutes before kickoff.
Photo via Twitter / @pat_dooley.
Granted that many might consider that the Gators are having a disappointing season with...
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The Florida Gators football team (4-5, 3-4 SEC) suffered its fourth straight loss, 34-17 at the hands of the Vanderbilt Commodores (5-4, 2-4 SEC) on Saturday at Ben Hill Griffin Stadium.
Florida’s season has now reached a new low. The loss snapped Florida’s 22-game winning streak against Vanderbilt and it was the Commodores first win in Gainesville since...
GAINESVILLE, Fla. -- The Gators have already lost their starting quarterback, their top defensive lineman and their most experienced running back to season-ending injuries.
Add their top tackler to the list.
Florida coach Will Muschamp announced Monday that sophomore starting middle linebacker Antonio Morrison, who leads the Gators with 56 tackles, will miss the rest of the season...
Florida linebacker Antonio Morrison is out for the year, becoming the team's 10th player to sustain a season-ending injury.
Morrison, who leads the team with 49 tackles, tore meniscus in a knee in Saturday's 34-17 loss to Vanderbilt.
Without Morrison, Mike Taylor will move to middle linebacker for Saturday's game at South Carolina and freshman Jarrad Davis will start...
The Florida Gators were embarrassed on their home field on Saturday by a Vanderbilt team that had not won a game in Gainesville since 1945. The 34-17 loss was probably the lowest point of the season for Will Muschamp’s team, but freshman wide receiver Ahmad Fulwood did provide Florida fans with one incredible highlight in […]
According to the Discover Fan Loyalty Poll, 56% of college graduates would return to their school to relive one day, but this season, students at the University of Florida are having a season to forget. The Gators dropped a rare game to Vanderbilt this afternoon 34-17. The loss is the fifth of the season for the University of Florida and the fourth in a row. Today’s victory was...
It’s been a disappointing year in Gainesville, as Florida’s 34-17 loss to Vanderbilt likely means the Gators will be home for the bowl...
Florida Gators wide receiver Ahmad Fullwood made a circus-style touchdown catch against the Vanderbilt Commodores on Saturday.
This is juggling catch of the year by Ahmad Fulwood. I’m one of the biggest Florida fans out there and I didn’t know his name. It was juggled, kicked, and caught by a Gator. Vanderbilt may be able to snap a 22 game win streak but at least we can win at acrobatics! Will Will […]
Tyler Murphy's four turnovers led to three touchdowns, helping Vanderbilt embarrass Florida 34-17 Saturday for the program's first win in Gainesville since 1945. The Commodores snapped a 22-game losing streak in the lopsided series and moved a step closer to becoming bowl eligible for the third consecutive season under coach James Franklin.
The injury bug continues to hurt Florida. The Gators lost sophomore linebacker Antonio Morrison to a torn meniscus against Vanderbilt that will sideline him for the remainder of the season.
With Florida's historical loss to Vanderbilt, the Gators are looking for any kind of light at the end of the tunnel. During that search, what the team has is each other. Senior offensive guard Jon Halapio said following the game that they will play the rest of the year for each other and gives you a little more insight into what he and the team is thinking in this short segment...
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After finishing 11-2 in 2012, the Florida Gators were hoping to build on that season and contend for an SEC Championship this year. The Gators started out 4-1 with an early season loss to the Miami Hurricanes being the only hiccup. Since then, the season has come off the rails with a host of injuries that have contributed greatly to four straight losses...
Since defensive tackle Dominique Easley was lost for the season, the Florida run defense has taken a nosedive. The Gators allowed 55.3 yards per game on the ground in their first three games this season with Easley healthy, but since his injury in practice, Florida is giving up 136.8 yards per game on the ground. And it doesn't get any easier this weekend in Columbia, S.C.