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Florida Gators redshirt senior wide receiver Andre Debose has suffered a torn ACL and will the miss the 2013 season, according to GatorCountry.com.
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Andre Debose was drawing rave reviews in the first week of fall camp. The Gators waited throughout his career for the breakout season to happen. Two different coaching staffs at Florida questioned his work ethic in practice. Debose admitted last week it was an issue and had put in extra time working off the field this fall. The Gators are now forced to find players to make up for his presence.
The Gators were searching for improvement at the wide receiver position in 2013, but theyâ€™ll have to do it without Andre Debose. The redshirt senior tore his ACL during a non-contact portion of practice on Tuesday night and will miss the entire 2013 season.
GAINESVILLE, Fla. -- The full-throttled panic that raced across social media platforms has quieted since Jeff Driskel's appendix became talk-radio fodder last week.
Driskel's surgery was a success. Florida's junior starting quarterback, still recovering from his emergency appendectomy, is on track to rejoin his teammates in the huddle soon.
Meanwhile, backup Tyler Murphy...
Florida has cleared quarterback Jeff Driskel and partially reinstated suspended linebacker Antonio Morrison.
The school said Driskel returned to practice Thursday night, throwing passes and taking part in team drills.
Driskel missed the first week of fall practice following an appendectomy, but coach Will Muschamp expected him to return early in camp.
It had been less clear when...
To say it has been a rough offseason for the Florida Gators football program would be a bit of an understatement. On and off the field present and former Gators have been all over the national headlines.
It all began June 16 when sophomore linebacker, and expected starter, Antonio Morrison was arrested for battery after striking a bouncer at a Gainesville bar. However, Morrisonâ...
Florida has cleared quarterback Jeff Driskel and apparently reinstated suspended linebacker Antonio Morrison.
The school posted a photo on its Twitter page of Driskel throwing passes at practice Thursday, saying ''Good to see No. 6 back out on the field in action tonight!''
Driskel missed the first week of fall practice following an appendectomy, but coach Will...
Hollywood tries to give us a look at what its like to be on the field for a football game, but that's Hollywood--fake. In this day and age we like the real thing and thanks to helmet cams we can get it. Adrian Peterson wore one at a Vikings practice recently and it was pretty cool.Â
Here's a look at a Gator practice from the perspective of wide receiver Trey Burton.
Florida senior H-back Trey Burton has done a lot for the Gators in his time on campus. Burton talked the media on Tuesday and was asked a myriad of questions about himself and his teammates. We have a good portion of that interview session here.
Cody Riggs isnâ€™t a traditional safety. His 5-9, 184-pound frame keeps him from playing in the box to stop the run as often as other safeties, but what he lacks in size, Riggs make up for with his knowledge of the defense and aggressive mindset. The Gators will need him to take one of the starting safety positions after losing both from last year, and Riggs is already turning heads in camp.
Quinton Dunbar didnâ€™t always understand what it took off the field. He put in the effort expected of him on the practice field and spent the necessary time in the playbook, but when it came to the weight room, he only wanted to do the minimum. Thatâ€™s no longer the case. The redshirt junior has changed his mindset and could be headed for the breakout season the Gators have been waiting for.
With an added 12-15 pounds, redshirt freshman linebacker Jeremi Powell believes he is better suited to line up and play some SEC football in 2013. Speed is the name of the game for Powell and he talks about his hopes for the season and more with FightinGators.com.
Three years ago, Bob Stoops saw the future. Cam Newton, the then former Florida Gators quarterback, was polishing off his all-world skills as a signal caller at Blinn Junior College. The man who would eventually become the #1 most recruited player in his class, be it out of high school our JUCO, had earned the [...]The post Blake Bellâ€™s Chance To Channel Cam Newton And Become What...
The Gators needed help at the wide receiver position and got a rare find in a former SEC head coach to oversee the position. The Joker Phillips hire made plenty of sense when it was announced, but just under a week into fall camp, itâ€™s starting to prove its worth on the practice field. His experience in multiple positions on a coaching staff helps in fall camp.
Taj Griffin recently added an offer from the Florida Gators. He has an impressive offer list and he is one of the top playmakers in the 2015 class.