When Florida quarterback Jeff Driskel waved for the trainers to come to the field, Gators running back Mack Brown knew it was serious. Brown says Driskel is one of the toughest guys he knows, but he has faith that Tyler Murphy can get the job done.
Gators running back Mack Brown is unhappy with his performance on Saturday and discusses some things he wants to adjust before they open up SEC action on Saturday. The run game is a big deal with this SEC East rival, as the Gators hold an eight game edge on the Vols.
Week 2 of the college football season is in the books and things aren’t looking too good for two high profile coaches.
It’s time for some retrospection.
This could be the beginning of the end for Mack Brown
There are two distinct reasons why we may be seeing the last days on Mack Brown on the sidelines for Texas. The first reason is the obvious one, Texas just lost to BYU to...
The No. 9 Florida Gators face a rare early season non-conference test when they travel to No. 24 Miami to take on the Hurricanes this Saturday for the teams’ first meeting since 2008.
The Gators are coming off of a 24-6 win against the Toledo Rockets. The Hurricanes easily defeated the Florida Atlantic Owls 34-6 behind a strong performance from running back Duke Johnson.
It may not have been the prettiest win, but the Florida Gators took care of business against the Toledo Rockets Saturday, coming away with a 24-6 victory.
Behind a career day from running back Mack Brown, efficient play from quarterback Jeff Driskel and a dominant performance from the defense, the Gators were able to win fairly easily.
In his first career start in place of Matt Jones...
With tears in his eyes, redshirt junior Mack Brown ran out of the tunnel in The Swamp on Saturday as the starting running back for the Gators. Three years without an opportunity to produce can wear anyone down. For Brown, Saturday meant a chance to make a difference -- and he did just that. Brown carried the ball 25 times for 112 yards and two touchdowns in a game he’ll never forget.
GAINESVILLE, Fla. (AP) -- Mack Brown had a career day, Jeff Driskel was efficient and No. 10 Florida opened the season with a 24-6 victory over Toledo on Saturday.
Brown ran 25 times for 112 yards and two touchdowns. Driskel completed 17 of 22 passes for 153 yards and a score. And Florida's defense, which ranked fifth in the country in 2012, looked every bit as good as last year...
The Florida Gators open the season in The Swamp Saturday as they take on the Toledo Rockets. Here are a few things to keep a close eye on throughout the game.
Running back Mack Brown has a big opportunity in Saturday’s season opener. (Photo credit: Sam Greenwood/Getty Images)
Play of RB Mack Brown: Starting running back Matt Jones remains out as he continues to work his way back...
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.
Mike Gillislee is the Florida Gators starting running back. We know this, and we’re also aware of his lofty expectations for the 2012 season. Behind him is a group of backs with very little game experience. There’s a true freshman, a converted defensive back/linebacker, and Mack Brown.
Brown came to Florida with the hype that surrounds most four-star recruits. In the two seasons...