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Gators Linebacker Michael Taylor sits on the board with 12 tackles and 9 assists in Florida's first four games this season. While the Razorbacks offensive line may be conceived as "dirty" by Florida's Damien Jacobs, Taylor looks forward to the tenacious play on Saturday.
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GAINESVILLE, Fla. -- On more than one occasion since he became Florida's head coach, Will Muschamp has made it clear he has about as much use for the star system created by recruiting services as a linebacker that doesn't like to get his jersey dirty.
He prefers the eyeball test and developing a relationship with potential recruits.
Still, four games into the college career...
Florida junior linebacker Michael Taylor weighs in on the team performance as well as his individual performance after the Gators' 30-10 victory over Arkansas.
The No. 19 Florida Gators (3-1, 2-0 SEC) return home this week to take on the Arkansas Razorbacks (3-2, 0-1 SEC) this Saturday at Ben Hill Griffin Stadium. Kick-off is scheduled for 7 p.m. and the game will be televised on ESPN2.
Florida is coming off a 24-7 win against the Kentucky Wildcats. Arkansas fell last week to No. 10 Texas A&M by a score of 45-33.
This is the first meeting...
It was panning out to be a great first night game for Florida Gators fans in Gainsville on Saturday. But then a tailgating event came to a screeching hault and almost turned into a disaster.
A banner plane fell out of the sky and crashed at Flavet Field on Florida's campus. Thankfully the car that it reportedly landed on was unoccupied. Ironically, the company who owned the...
The play of junior cornerback Loucheiz Purifoy turned heads across the country on Saturday night. He filled the stat sheet and impacted Florida’s win over Arkansas in different ways, helping in pass coverage, as a blitzer and on specil teams. He was named the Walter Camp Defensive Player of the Week on Sunday.
The Florida Gators try to stay unbeaten in conference play on Saturday as they host SEC Western Division foe Arkansas. The Razorbacks come in boasting a solid run game featuring a freshman all-American type running back and a defense that boasts a terrific defensive line and one of the best the Gators will see all year.
The Florida Gators took care of business Saturday in The Swamp taking care of Arkansas to the tune of 30-10. The Gators started in the hole 7-0 before settling down in the second quarter and gaining a lead they would never give up. Here is a pictorial of the events from Saturday.
The Florida Gators started slow but got things going before the end of the first half Saturday in The Swamp. The Gators settled down and rallied to beat Arkansas 30-10 to move to 4-1 on the season.
The Arkansas Razorbacks will look to get the better of the No. 18 ranked Florida Gators in their match-up on Saturday.
Arkansas (3-2) is reeling from back-to-back losses while Florida (3-1) has strung together two wins.
Coverage of the game between Arkansas and Florida will air on ESPN2/WatchESPN beginning at 7:00 pm ET from Ben Hill Griffin Stadium in Gainesville, FL.
Here's game coverage from the Razorbacks and Florida Gators at Ben Hill Griffin Stadium in Gainesville, Fla.
The Florida Gators are set to host the Arkansas Razorbacks Saturday night in the Swamp. Head coach Will Muschamp will bring in a few official visitors this weekend including Lorenzo Featherston and Nolan Kelleher for this weekend's Southeastern Conference showdown.
The Florida Gators are coming off a big victory this past weekend over the Arkansas Razorbacks. With Southeastern Conference play comes official visitors and the Gators are knocking it out of the park with the west coast superstar.