Posted September 02, 2013 on
The Gators will have running back Matt Jones return on Saturday at Miami. Florida head coach Will Muschamp said he isn't sure how many carries Jones will be able to take, but the Gators will continue to practice him this week to prepare. The Gators also received good news about injuries, with no one that played against Toledo expected to miss this weekend's game.
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GAINESVILLE, Fla. (AP) -- No. 10 Florida will have running back Matt Jones back against Miami.
Coach Will Muschamp says Jones, who missed the last month while recovering from a viral infection, will play Saturday. The sophomore is listed as the starter on the team's updated depth chart.
Muschamp says the Gators "feel pretty good about his progress. As we work through the...
Saturday went exactly how the Gators wanted, coming out with a win over Toledo in the season opener and a clean bill of health. Florida will return four suspended players this weekend and return starting running back Matt Jones, who has recovered from a viral infection. The Gators are unsure how many carries Jones will be able to handle during Saturday’s noon kickoff at Miami.
Prior to Florida's 24-6 victory over Toledo on Saturday, the Gators suspended four players for the season opener due to an undisclosed violation of team rules. Several local media outlets reported that freshman defensive lineman Jay-nard Bostwick was among the players the Gators suspended for the game. The only problem with this information is the fact that it wasn't true...
Will Muschamp got a little sensitive over “inaccurate” reporting about his team. What was the huge deal that cause this rant? On Friday night, the Palm Beach Post, Gator Country, and the Gainesville Sun all reported that Loucheiz Purifoy, Darious Cummings, Latroy Pittman, Quinteze Williams, Antonio Morrison, and Jay-nard Bostwick were suspended for the game. So six Gators were...
GAINESVILLE, Fla. -- Their absence didn't hurt the Gators in the season opener.
Their return won't hurt at Miami.
The 10th-ranked Gators face an early season test when they visit the Hurricanes on Saturday in a rivalry that dates back to 1938.
Three key starters who missed Florida's 24-6 win over Toledo return for the sold-out game at Sun Life Stadium: running back...
The Florida Gators finished game one of what they hope to be an exciting 2013 season. There were certainly some fun things to watch on Saturday in the 24-6 win over Toledo and there were also some things we would have liked to see. Cody Jones and Bob Redman answer ten questions about Saturday's win and what what we believe the season will unfold.
According to the Orlando Sentinel, running back Matt Jones is on pace to at least play against Miami in Florida's highly-anticipated Week 2 showdown in Sun Life Stadium.
Usually a move to the other side of the ball for a player is out of necessity or maybe a wild shot at finding a better home for a player. For the Florida Gators who were looking to add a little bit of speed in the backfield, moving Valdez Showers from safety to running back seems to be one of those golden moves that may really surprise.
Covering Dixie Like Mildew - All your crystal football are belong to us.
She's just not than into you.
Washington Post columnist Tracee Hamilton declares Texas A&M starting quarterback Johnny Manziel "unteachable and unreachable" after this taunting penalty in Saturday's TAMU victory over Rice. She also calls Aggie head football coach Kevin Sumlin...
The Hurricanes, who will play their second of nine games inside the state of Florida this weekend, are set to host the Florida Gators on Saturday. The players are excited.
Miami Hurricanes head coach Al Golden talks the upcoming showdown against the Florida Gators.
We have no idea who is going to win between the Florida Gators and Miami Hurricanes in Week 2, but perhaps you do. It's time to settle it.