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Florida senior defensive tackle Dominique Easley will be counted on a lot this year. A self proclaimed leader by example rather than with his voice, Easley likes the make up of his temmates on the defensive side of the ball and he expects to win with them. He took a couple of minutes to talk to FightinGators.com for this short video segment.
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The Florida Gators spent the 2012 season working their way up the college football rankings. However, this season the team will start near the top after being slotted at No. 10 in the USA Today Coaches’ Poll released Thursday.
Florida entered the 2012 season as the No. 23 ranked-team following a 7-6 season in 2011. But after an 11-2 finish in Will Muschamp’s second year as head...
The 2012 season was a battle with inconsistency for the Gators offensive line. On one hand the team finished third in the SEC in rushing offense, averaging 188.1 yards per game, and often times ran all over their opponents with ease. On the other hand it surrendered 39 sacks, tied for seventh most in the country.
The offensive line got a much needed facelift for 2013. Gone is the...
GAINESVILLE, Fla. Steve Shaw goes on tour around the Southeastern Conference this time of year.
The discussions this year are expected to be more lively than usual.
The head of officials for the SEC, Shaw was at Florida on Monday to meet with the Gators to discuss rule changes that go into effect this season. The new targeting rule is one that everyone seems to have an opinion about...
The Florida Gators enter the 2013 season coming off a disappointing loss at the hands of the Louisville Cardinals in last year's Sugar Bowl.The Gators entered the Sugar Bowl one of the hottest teams in the nation with hopes of playing for a national title. The Gators were in line to possibly play Alabama in the national title game if Notre Dame would have loss to USC on the final...
Today is Will Muschamp’s 42nd birthday — the Florida head coach is starting to get up there in years. To celebrate his birthday, the Gators got him a birthday cake — here is a photo tweeted out by Drew Ferris, the team’s longsnapper:
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I really hope that somebody puts 42 candles on this. Seeing Muschamp with one of those party hats, making a wish, and...
In a bit of good news for Florida fans, Gators running back Matt Jones is improving after suffering a "serious viral infection" that caused him to lose 8-10 pounds.
Florida tight end Kent Taylor has heard Will Muschamp’s message this offseason. The Florida head coach used any opportunity he could to talk about the question marks at tight end. It’s the only position Muschamp feels like won’t improve on the offense this fall. Taylor has added 20 pounds in the offseason, and now up to 240 pounds, the sophomore thinks he can win the job.
Saturday, Aug. 3 is Florida Gators coach Will Muschamp's birthday. To celebrate, the team got Coach Boom a tasty looking birthday cake.