Found October 20, 2012 on
The Mark Graham Sports Blog:
The Florida Gators host the South Carolina Gamecocks this afternoon and ESPN's College GameDay was present in Gainesville, Florida for the festivities.
And with ESPN College GameDay comes funny and clever signs. This week was no exception.
In this photo, courtesy of BigLeadSports, a Gators fan picks on Stephen Garcia and his problem with drinking that pretty much got him thrown out of the program.
Maybe picking on someone for, what I believe is, an alcohol problem, but points to the fan for creativity.
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The Florida Gators took a 21 – 6 lead into halftime over the South Carolina Gamecocks. Florida had 3 passing touchdowns, 4 punts, and a fumble in the first half and that just wasn’t good enough for coach Will Muschamp.
Muschamp gave an interview while leaving the field to Gator Radio Network’s Brady Ackerman and it was wonderful.
The only thing you need to know about this interview...
Brady Ackerman grabbed Will Muschamp for an interview at halftime of Saturday’s South Carolina/Florida matchup in the Swamp and commented on how the Gators had done a great job with turnovers and special teams. Muschamp provides one of the best responses we’ve seen in a halftime interview:
“Well we just gotta continue to capitalize on what we’re doing, and OVERCOME THE ADVERSITY...
Today will be the 35th time Florida has appeared on College GameDay and the 12th time the school has hosted. The Gators are 7-4 in home GameDay appearances. One more fact for you junkies – this is the first time UF has hosted GameDay since 2009. Ohio State still holds the record for hosting GameDay with 13.
As for signs, South Carolina is in town. Find a variation of ‘Cock,...
The Florida Gators are now a perfect 7-0 on the season after a 44-11 victory over South Carolina. The Gators came out with a strong start and made significant half-time adjustments along with dominant special teams play to seal the win. Cody Jones and Amy Campbell break it down right here.
The Florida Gators weren't quite conventional in beating South Carolina, but the Gators continue on their undefeated run going 7-0 in the Swamp with a 44-11 win Saturday. Florida's defense and special teams were electric on the night and quarterback Jeff Driskel had a career high four touchdowns. The Swamp was rockin' and we have it remembered here in pictures.
The Florida Gators are hosting numerous top prospects this weekend. As the Gators are fresh off a convincing win over Steve Spurrier and the South Carolina Gamecocks the recruits are talking Gator football.
The Florida Gators put a 44-11 beating on the Gamecocks in the Swamp Saturday and are now a perfect 7-0 this season. Florida center Jon Harrison says this team has been a strong second half team and attributes much of that to Jeff Dillman's off-season program. Harrison says last season was a wake-up call for Florida and it's good to bring the Gators program back to where it belongs.
The Florida Gators forced numerous turnovers as they trounced Steve Spurrier and the South Carolina Gamecocks to improve their record to 7-0 on the season. The Gators will have a chance to win the SEC Eastern Division outright in Jacksonville vs. the Georgia Bulldogs.
NEW YORK (AP) -- Only in the BCS standings does Oregon get passed.
Kansas State moved ahead of the Ducks and up to No. 3 on Sunday behind SEC rivals Alabama and Florida.
The Wildcats' big victory Saturday at West Virginia was enough to nudge them past the Ducks, who are No. 2 in both polls but are getting held back by computer ratings that lag behind the other highly ranked...
(FT. LAUDERDALE, FLA.) FOX Sports Florida and Sun Sports announced the network's broadcast schedule for the upcoming 2012-2013 mens college basketball season. This year, college basketball fans throughout Florida will be treated to a robust schedule of more than 120 NCAA Division I games on both FOX Sports Florida and Sun Sports.
The top conferences in the country will be on...
For the second week in a row, it was the Florida special teams that secured the win. The Gators made an impact in multiple facets of the special teams, changing field position and setting up scores. It has become the expectation. With two of the top specialists in the country and athletic coverage units, Florida is creating turnovers and securing field position for the offense.
Even with South Carolina’s loss to LSU last week, Saturday’s game between Florida and South Carolina is one of the marquee games for Week 8. The...
One hundred and twenty minutes. That’s what it’s going to take for Florida to play in Atlanta in December. The number one goal of the team is to play in the SEC Championship Game. That means they have to win their division inside the SEC. The Gators may have very well had the best half season of any in college football, but the next two games will decide their fate.
Everyone seems to want to mess up the magic formula that has the Gators at 6-0 and ranked third in the country. A stout defense, exceptional special teams, and a strong rushing offense have led the way to the strong start, but folks are crying for more balance on offense. The Gators would probably like there to be more pop in their passing game, but will do whatever it takes to win games.
The Ol’ Ball Coach Steve Spurrier returns to his self-named The Swamp this Saturday to take on his former Florida Gators in a pivotal SEC East matchup. The game is huge for several reasons. For starters, ESPN’s College Game Day … Continue reading →