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GAINESVILLE, Fla. -- This was their plan all along. They talked about it before they ever signed on as teammates with the Gators. They remained steadfast when others tried to persuade them to change direction.
Back on the recruiting trail, when others told them they would be better off going somewhere the other wasn't, sophomore defensive linemen Dante Fowler Jr. and Jonathan Bullard tuned them out.
They knew as a tandem they were good enough to be labeled double trouble, dynamic duo or as Fowler revealed last week, Florida's "Bash Brothers," a self-anointed nickname they came up with over the summer.
"Those two guys aren't afraid of anybody," Florida coach Will Muschamp said.
Certainly not of each other.
Fowler and Bullard had options out of high school. Fowler was a Florida State commit until deciding to sign with the Gators in February 2012. Clemson and South Carolina had their eyes locked on Bullard.
They heard it all before deciding they wa...
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GAINESVILLE, Fla. -- Gators running back Matt Jones is making progress on his road to recovery from a serious viral infection, according to Gators coach Will Muschamp.
Jones is scheduled for blood work on Monday and Muschamp said that Jones continues to work out and is back up to 223 pounds, only three pounds less than his listed playing weight of 226 pounds.
GAINESVILLE, Fla. -- When Florida coach Will Muschamp huddled the Gators together following Tuesday afternoon's practice at Ben Hill Griffin Stadium, he saved a special surprise for last.
The announcement left Mark Herndon in tears and brought a huge relief over Tim Clark. Muschamp put both players on scholarship.
"I was not expecting that," Herndon said. "It...
During Monday’s media availability session head coach Will Muschamp announced that redshirt freshman Marcus Maye would be one of the starter’s at safety to start the season, alongside redshirt junior Cody Riggs.
Maye and Riggs will have some big shoes to fill as they try and replace former Gators Matt Elam and Josh Evans, both of whom are now playing in the NFL.
Cody Riggs (pictured...
They may lack the big-name, like South Carolina’s Jadeveon Clowney, but as a group this could potentially be the best defensive line the Florida Gators have had in years.
The pass rush will receive a much-needed boost this season as the group looks to improve upon the 30 sacks the team had in 2012.
With the anticipated return of hybrid linebacker/defensive end Ronald Powell, the...
GAINESVILLE, Fla. -- The Florida Gators will open the upcoming Southeastern Conference basketball season at home Jan. 8 against South Carolina and end it two months later at home March 8 against Kentucky.
The SEC released its schedule Tuesday, thus putting the finishing touches on the Gators' 2013-14 slate, which looms as one of the most attractive, competitive and, yes, difficult...
Sophomore running back Mark Herndon's dreams came true on Tuesday when the Florida Gators offered the Ocala, FL native a scholarship.
Florida Gators running back coach Brian White posted this fantastic photo of Mark Herndon receiving his scholarship to Instagram.
The Gators rallied around head coach Will Muschamp following Tuesday’s practice expecting the normal post-practice instructions, but the script changed. It was a special day for Muschamp, as the former walk-on at Georgia got to hand out scholarships to two Florida walk-ons. Even when the topic was brought up, sophomore Mark Herndon never expected what was about to happen.
As the season opener against Toledo creeps closer, the Gators are still in the dark about starting running back Matt Jones. He's working back from a viral infection, and the sophomore will get blood work done on Monday to provide an update on his status. The Gators have been preparing throughout training camp as if he wouldn’t be able to play in the opener, and it’s starting...
The Chris Walker saga just won’t go away. Florida’s highly coveted recruit has been fighting an eligibility battle all summer. Normally you see kids of his talent go to prep schools that are accustom to sending players off to Division I programs. Well, unfortunately Walker didn’t choose that route.
Walker stayed at his local high school in Florida and it’s resulted in...
The Florida Gators are not only securing players in the class of 2014 but 2015 and 2016. The Gators landed wide receiver Da'Vante Phillips for 2015 as well as Tyler Byrd and Tre Jackson for 2016.
Zach Hodskins is a deadly shooter from three. He shot over 60 % from downtime last season. You would think with that the senior from Georgia would have a ton of scholarship offers rolling in, but he doesn’t . The main reason is because Hodskins only has one hand. You will see in the video below that Hodskins has plenty of game.
Billy Donovan is one of the best coaches in the country...
South Carolina has always produced a high quality of high school football players over the years and the Florida Gators and the rest of the college football world have taken notice. The Gators have set their sights on a 2015 defensive end prospect from Orangeburg (SC) Orangeburg Wilkinson Senior high school and his name is Albert Huggins.