Posted August 15, 2013 on
Being dwarfed by another human is a new feeling in the Florida offensive line meeting room. It doesn’t happen very often, especially with 10 300-pounders in the room. Then entered junior college transfer Trenton Brown. The 6-8, 363-pound offensive lineman brings girth at offensive tackle and has become one of the most talked about players throughout fall camp by players on both sides of the ball.
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GAINESVILLE, Fla. -- Junior-college transfer Trenton Brown isn't the type to walk into a room and take over the conversation.
"He is kind of quiet, but he's slowly opening up to us, which we really appreciate," senior center Jon Harrison said Thursday.
While Brown might not say much, the conversation has slowly turned toward the 6-foot-8, 361-pound mountain midway...
GAINESVILLE, Fla. You can't blame him if once in a while, first-year Gators defensive coordinator D.J. Durkin takes a look at last year's defense, grasps his chin as he studies the numbers, and then shakes his head.
A lot of tackles, sacks and interceptions have left The Swamp.
The Gators lost seven defensive starters from a unit that allowed just 14.5 points per game...
This limited edition Tim Tebow Florida Gators Tebowing bobble head doll featuring the speech is the ultimate bobble head doll.
Gators running back Mack Brown is working his way up on the depth chart. The absence of starter Matt Jones to a viral infection could force the Gators to rely on Brown to step into the position. There is a possibility that the Gators could miss Jones for part of the season. Freshmen Kelvin Taylor and Adam Lane are also working alongside Brown at the position.
the Florida Gators are right around the corner from the 2013 football season and Will Muschamp and company were on display for the public and media Thursday night. here is the first portion of shots we have for you from the practice, a gallery that is heavy on the linemen (no pun intended).
The Florida Gators are looking to sign multiple corner backs in the class of 2014. One player Gator fans should be familiar with is Kwadarrius Smith as he could factor in down the road.
Florida linebacker Antonio Morrison returned to practice last Thursday, and whether it was a coincidence or not, the Gators put together one of their best practices on the day the sophomore linebacker returned. The Florida coaching staff continues to weigh whether or not to decrease his two-game suspension, but they’re seeing the energy he’s bringing to the practice field this fall.
This die-hard Florida Gators fan got creative, buzzing an outline of the one and only Albert the Alligator into the back of his head.
The Florida Gators opened practice for the first time in the fall for quite some time and there was a lot to behold before this 2013 season starts. Thursday it was warm and muggy, just like the coaching staff likes it to get ready for two noon type games to open the season. Here is my take on what we saw from the linemen Thursday.
Zach Hodskins has one of the smoothest basketball strokes you will ever see. But it’s not his incredibly accurate shot that has heads turning across the nation. It’s the fact that Hodskins can shoot like that with only one arm. Earlier this month, the University of Florida and head coach Billy Donovan offered Hodskins a […]
Zach Hodskins has been so impressive with only one arm that he was recently offered a preferred walk-on spot with Billy Donovan's Florida Gators.