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Jordan Reed came to the Florida Gators in 2009 out of New London, CT. He was recruited as a quarterback and was considered one of the better dual-threat QBs in the nation. There weren’t many out there that expected him to stay at the position, but he would…at first.
Reed redshirted in 2009–his first season on campus. In 2010–as the Gators would look nearly everywhere for a serviceable quarterback–he got the chance to play his high school position at the college level. Reed was efficient, but not overly so. Still, he put together a passer efficiency rating of just under 120 and had some memorable moments. Against Vanderbilt that season, Reed went 11-for-19 through the air for 130 yards and ran for another 84. He would pass for one touchdown and score another on the ground. There were flashes, but nothing spectacular. Ultimately, it was fairly obvious he would have more success at another position–tight end.
Having played some tight end in 2010, Reed went to the position full-time fo...
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Florida lost to Georgia 17-9 in Jacksonville on Saturday for their first defeat of the season, and perhaps nobody was more heartbroken about the loss than Jordan Reed. The junior tight end led the Gators with five catches for 74 yards, but he had one costly mistake at the end of the game.
Reed caught a pass from Jeff Driskel on second-and-six with 2:22 left in the game. He broke...
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Florida lost for the first time all season, and their loss came after a costly fumble by Jordan Reed who was headed for a touchdown.
In the aftermath of the Florida Gator – Georgia Bulldog game in Jacksonville, there was a moment of awkwardness in the post game handshake between Will Muschamp and Mark Richt. I did not speed this clip up at all and this is in real time. That was probably a 1 second “handshake.” Mark Richt didn’t look happy and Will Muschamp never looks happy. Jordan Reed fumbled on the...
After the #2 ranked Florida Gators lost over the weekend to Georgia, you can understand if head coach Will Muschamp wanted to kill a couple of his players metaphorically speaking.During the game, CBS cameras caught a confrontation between Muschamp and Florida tight-end Trey Burton.Clearly, Trey should have fled the scene once he saw Muschamp's glare:
In advance of the "World's Largest Outdoor Cocktail Party," Gators fans took out an ad in the University of Georgia's student newspaper to engage in some smack talk.
Florida fell to the Bulldogs in a sloppy showdown Saturday night, but this year's Gators are different from last year's. Senior defensive tackle Omar Hunter says the loss is on the entire team, and the entire team will rebound quickly. Get the latest from Hunter after the loss right here.
Florida lost a heart-breaker to rival Georgia in Jacksonville Saturday, but the Gators are determined to bounce back as a team. Safety Josh Evans and offensive lineman Jon Halapio talk about the loss and moving forward right here.
We're not supposed to call it that anymore...
You can look at this game in a few different ways...
Either it was great defensively, or just downright sloppy...
The game had nine turnovers- six by Florida (on a side note, the HQ would LOVZE to hear what the Coach Boom lecture was after the game...) including a last-minute strip of...
Georgia beat the No. 2 ranked Florida Gators Saturday afternoon and some of UGA's top targets had their eyes on the game. Find out their thoughts here.
Florida forward/center Cody Larson has decided to leave the Florida basketball team. Head coach Billy Donovan said at media day in mid-October that Larson would be playing without a scholarship this year because of off the court issues, but the redshirt sophomore has instead decided to leave the team.