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Sports Injury Alert:
Florida linebacker Antonio Morrison is out for the season with a torn cartilage in his right knee according to Gator coach Will Muschamp on Monday. The injury will likely require surgery, causing Morrison to also miss spring practice .
The 6′-1″ 230 Lb. sophomore was the leading tackler for the Gators with 56 tackles in eight games. Morrison is the 10th Florida player to suffer a season-ending injury since the beginning of fall camp. Seven of those lost players were starters and as each one was injured the hopes of a promising season faded a little more.
Michael Taylor, a 6′-0″ 233 lb. junior outside linebacker will replace Morrison in the middle. Taylor has 53 tackles in nine games for the Gators. Second string freshman Jarrad Davis will replace Taylor at the weakside position. Davis is 6′-2″ 226 lbs. and has recorded seven tackles this year.
Assuming a win over Georgia Southern on November 23rd, the 4-5 Gators have the daunting task of defeating either South Carolina or Florida St...
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Wow! That was the feeling that I had when I saw the box score read: Vanderbilt 34 Florida 17. Three things happened that don’t normally occur at Florida on Saturday: they lost on Homecoming, Vanderbilt won in Gainesville for the first time since 1945, and their record dropped to below .500 at 4-5. They are now in danger of having their first losing season since 1979! Now...
What if Will Muschamp oversaw the daily operations of a gator-shoe business?
OK, let's back up one step: What if you were the president of a large supplier to U.S. retail industries and one of your big businesses were gator shoes?
The executive who formerly oversaw this business retired, having had his fill of the job's high demands and higher stress and believing the business...
The Florida Gators football team is in the midst of one of its worst seasons in recent memory. With a record of 4-5, and a trip to a postseason bowl game unlikely, head coach Will Muschamp has been put through the ringer the past couple of weeks by the media and angry fans alike.
However, athletic director Jeremy Foley remained steadfast in his commitment to Muschamp as the right...
Florida officials are coming to coach Will Muschamp's defense.
President Bernie Machen and athletic director Jeremy Foley voiced strong support for Muschamp on Wednesday, telling the school's website they are fully committed to keeping Muschamp around to fix the team's problems.
The Gators (4-5) have their second four-game losing streak in Muschamp's three seasons...
Florida quarterback Tyler Murphy is reportedly a game-time decision for the Gators' game against South Carolina this Saturday.
Well, it has happened, Florida football coach Will Muschamp has gotten the dreaded vote of confidence from both the university’s president and athletic director. As we all know, that probably means he’ll be fired at the end of the season.
In a strange twist, South Carolina head coach (and former Florida coach) Steve Spurrier also voiced his support for the embattled Muschamp...
Optimism is running high in Columbia and desperation rampant in Gainesville. That all may change in three hours Saturday night. The Gators could very well win this game. Here's how:
The talk all week in Columbia has been solely focused on how big South Carolina is going to win. Match-ups and analysis have taken a back seat since it seems...
Florida head coach Will Muschamp participated in the SEC’s conference call session Wednesday and updated the injury situation. The Gators have been decimated by injuries this year. Florida has nine players that won’t suit up for the rest of the year due to injury including seven starters. Backup quarterback Tyler Murphy is listed among the wounded this week and the hope is he will play.
Florida AD Jeremy Foley has backed under-fire Head Coach Will Muschamp. He told Florida Gators website Gatorzone.com: “As athletic director, I’m a thousand percent convinced that Will Muschamp is the guy to lead this football program,’’ Foley said inside his office at Ben Hill Griffin Stadium. “Nothing has changed in what we feel about Will Muschamp from the day we hired...
MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) The Florida Gators haven't sat out the postseason in nearly a quarter century. The Vanderbilt Commodores, who had been to four bowl games in 120 years before James Franklin's arrival, have a good shot at making it three in a row.
Plenty of other Southeastern Conference teams are also jockeying for postseason eligibility or trying to spruce up their...
Badger Nation Photographer Max Siker showcases these images from No.20 Wisconsin's victory over No.11 Florida Gators.
The Florida Gators have lost their top three offensive tackles this season and have turned to left guard max Garcia to slide outside and play left tackle. Garcia fared pretty well even though the Gators lost to Vanderbilt, but this week looks to be a whole different ball game with All-American defensive end Jadeveon Clowney on the docket as the Gators travel to play South carolina.
Billy Donovan understood the situation in his postgame interview on Florida's radio broadcast. The Gators didn’t have a full roster because of three suspended players, and multiple players on the court are still battling nagging injuries. The positives were still easy to spot, as No. 11 Florida showed improvement from its season opener while falling to No. 20 Wisconsin 59-53.
Game time: 7 p.m.
GAINESVILLE, Fla. -- This isn't the first time this season the Gators will board the team plane uncertain of their starting quarterback for a road game.
In a 17-6 loss at LSU on Oct. 12, starting quarterback Tyler Murphy suffered a shoulder injury.
Murphy was unable to practice for the majority of the following week as the Gators prepared to face...
Florida athletic director Jeremy Foley says he's not going to panic after the program's first losing season since 1979.
Foley held an impromptu news conference before the Gators' season finale against No. 2 Florida State on Saturday, reiterating ''total confidence'' in coach Will Muschamp and adding that ''we've got to fix some things'...