BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (AP) The Florida Gators are still trying to win for each other.
The Gators can secure a winning record and usher in the Jim McElwain era on a positive note with a victory over East Carolina in Saturday's Birmingham Bowl at Legion Field. They'll be led by interim coach and defensive coordinator D.J. Durkin while their new head man is a spectator.
Florida center Max...
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24 days ago
It was Florida's 2013 season summarized in a single moment, two Gators players blocking each other on a running play during last season's loss to Georgia Southern.
Saturday, the Gators were at it again.
Guard Trip Thurman and center Max Garcia were seen locking up as quarterback Treon Harris looked for running room against South Carolina.
This season has at least been an improvement...
GAINESVILLE, Fla. (AP) Florida coach Will Muschamp is taking a few extra chances these days.
And it's working.
A week after seizing momentum against Southeastern Conference rival Georgia with a fake field goal, the Gators went for it on fourth-and-goal at the Vanderbilt 1 on consecutive drives in the second quarter Saturday. The first one failed, but the second one turned out to...
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November 10, 2014
Florida offensive lineman Max Garcia was choked up discussing "his boy" Mike McNeely, the Gators' improbable fake field goal hero.
Florida football is only five days away. On Saturday evening, the Gators will host Idaho in Gainesville, and any college football fan will tell you that there aren’t many places more electric than Ben Hill Griffin Stadium during a night game. To fire fans up for this week’s game and the 2014 season, the school put out a hype video, in which several people from around the University...
Florida Gators offensive lineman Max Garcia is a classy gent. He drinks his apple juice from a wine glass.
2013 may have been quite rough for Gator fans, but 2014 is starting out with a strong ray of hope. Four different Gators- QB Jeff Driskel, OL Max Garcia, DE Dante Fowler and CB Vernon Hargreaves III- were each named to a … Continue reading →