Found October 25, 2011 on
The Bull Gator:
Two Dwyer-ites down, two to…hopefully stay forever and ever and ever.On Tuesday it came to light that wide receiver/returner Robert Clark and tight end Gerald Christian will transfer from Florida. The two came to Gainesville as part of the 2010 recruiting class with fellow high school teammate safety Matt Elam, but neither was able to experience his success and more importantly his minutes on the field. Both Clark and Christian announced they would be leaving the Gators in seek of more playing time.Clark wasn’t able to earn much of an opportunity as a receiver and will unfortunately be remembered for fumbling a punt in Florida’s recent loss to Auburn. Down eight in the fourth quarter, the Gators defense forced the Tigers to punt only to have the ball return to Auburn after Clark’s fumble. Not necessarily they way you want to go out, but Clark looks to make better memories elsewhere.Christian’s memorable moment from the 2011 season was a positive one when he caught a touchdown pass f...
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University of Florida head coach Will Muschamp announced on Tuesday that sophomores Gerald Christian (Palm Beach Gardens, Fla.) and Robert Clark (Palm Beach Gardens, Fla.) intend to transfer from the program.
ATHENS - Florida quarterback John Brantley told Will Muschamp after he suffered a sprained right ankle in a loss to Alabama on Oct. 1 that he “wanted to get back for Georgia,” the Gators coach said Monday.
At the midway point of the practice week, there hasn't been anything unexpected for senior quarterback John Brantley. His ankle injury continues to heal, and his reps in practice this week have Florida head coach WIll Muschamp believing that Brantley will get the start when the Gators travel to Jacksonville this weekend for their annual game with Georgia.
Without the benefit of research or any real thought comes the quick look. This time around we look at an event formerly known as the World’s Largest Outdoor Cocktail Party. If you want to be official, it’s the Florida vs. Georgia Football Classic, but few call it that (I have a t-shirt that ignores that name entirely). They know what it really is and what it was intended to be...
Florida defensive lineman Sharrif Floyd is part of a young group of players for the Gators that knows they have to focus on themselves as much as the opponents in front of them to get better. A bye week and some time spent focusing on the small things inside the game of football has Floyd and his teammates focused on getting better.
State attorney to determine whether charges will be filed after alleged attack of former Alabama CBGAINESVILLE – Sworn complaints against Florida DT Dominique Easley and former Alabama CB Reggie Myles were given to the State Attorney's office Wednesday following an incident earlier this month.
The Georgia Bulldogs will be facing the Florida Gators this Saturday on nationally televised game. Georgia is on a 5 game winning streak and hoping to
In a backcourt trying to find shots for everyone, Scottie Wilbekin isn’t the least of Florida’s concerns. The defensive-minded, pass-first point guard won’t change his role this season. With the scoring guards around him, the sophomore knows that his role will be to set them up with more shots.
When he stopped by the Gators' practice facility over the summer, former Gator and current Philadelphia 76er Marreese Speights Tweeted a short video.
In the clip, Gators sophomore forward/center Patric Young caught passes off a bounce-back net and repeatedly turned and dunk, one after another in a matter of seconds. You could hear that Speights was impressed by his response in the video.
Two days after losing sophomore TE Gerald Christian in a transfer, the Gators picked up a commitment from Land O’ Lakes prospect Kent Taylor. Taylor is ranked the No. 1 tight end in America by Rivals and Scout.
Taylor’s pledge pushes the Gators’ upcoming signing class to 17. They can sign 25 players next year.
Rivals.com reported that Taylor visited Penn State in December and...