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Florida defensive end Dominique Easley has been holding some late-night study sessions this week.
At home. All alone. And with the TV on.
The subject? Georgia. Specifically, the Bulldogs' 24-20 victory over the Gators last season in Jacksonville. Georgia converted three fourth downs, including two for touchdowns, and held the ball for the final 5 minutes, 32 seconds of the close game.
Easley has watched every painful second repeatedly this week - for preparation and motivation.
''It's like you're going to watch a video clip of you getting punched in your face over and over again,'' Easley said. ''You're going to get mad every time you watch it.''
That could be good for No. 3 Florida. The Gators have been at their best when trying to avenge last year's losses. First, LSU. Then, South Carolina.
No. 12 Georgia could be next.
And Florida has way more at stake in this one.
The Gators can clinch the SEC's Eastern Division wit...
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Check out the video. Florida Gators’ head football coach Will Muschamp looked like a wild man as he yelled at Gators tight end Clay Burton during the Florida vs. Georgia SEC showdown. There was good reason. No. 10 Georgia upset No. 2 Florida, 17-9.
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...
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.
On Saturday one of college football’s greatest traditions will once again play itself out.
The University of Georgia will meet the University of Florida on neutral ground for what is widely considered as the Cocktail Bowl.
Having attended the affair, it can be said will all sincerity that the Cocktail Bowl is a southern slice of sin unlike any other.
Although it’s a tradition...
Georgia’s 17-9 win over Florida wasn’t pretty, and it might not have happened if not for a wild play in the final few minutes to seal the win. But the Bulldogs did in fact seal the victory Saturday, their second straight over Florida.
In the process, they may have blown open the SEC Championship and BCS title races as well.
College football fans, welcome to pandemonium...
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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.
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. – The Gators came into Saturday with four turnovers on the season. Florida was one short of that number in the first half alone and turned the ball over a total of six times against Georgia. After the Florida defense talked all week about causing strips and creating turnovers, the Florida offense struggled to maintain possession from its first drive in a 17-9 loss on Saturday.
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.
Donovan talked Georgetown on an aircraft carrier, the transition from Erving Walker to Scottie Wilbekin, identity of this year's team and what he feels is his biggest challenge right now.
Butler spent most of her time talking about enhanced leadership on the Lady Gators 2012-13 team. She also touched on the additions of Missouri and Texas A&M.