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Before Tim Tebow was in the NFL, he played for the Florida Gators but also played for coach Urban Meyer who left Florida to coach the Ohio State Buckeyes. This has left a bitter taste in some Florida fans mouths who feel they were betrayed by Urban Meyer. After one year of a coaching hiatus and a stint at ESPN as a commenter, Urban Meyer took over the Ohio State program that was 6-7 in 2011. Tim Tebow, who was all Gator his collegiate career, spoke about Ohio State and Urban Meyer. You’ll notice a mini Gator chomp that Tebow did at the end.
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The No. 17/22 Arkansas Razorbacks defeated the No. 2/5 Florida Gators 5-1 on Saturday night to even their three-game weekend series at 1-1. The Gators tallied nine hits (four more than they totaled in their Friday night victory), but left nine men on base, leading to only one run scored during the entire contest.
Runs have been hard to come by recently. The Gators have put men on...
The homestand comes to an end this weekend. The No. 2/5 Florida Gators host the No. 17/22 Arkansas Razorbacks in a three-game weekend series beginning Friday night before the Gators head out to the road during the first week of May.
Opponent: Arkansas Razorbacks
When: Friday, April 27 – 7:00pm; Saturday, April 28 – 7:00pm; Sunday, April 29 – 3:30pm
Bats were quiet all night, but it only took one inning for the No. 2/5 Florida Gators to come to life and get the 3-2 victory over the No. 17/22 Arkansas Razorbacks. The Gators had five hits on Friday night, but four of those came in the bottom of the sixth inning when Florida scored all of its runs.
Arkansas starting pitcher Ryne Stanek was working on a no-hitter in the sixth when...