GAINESVILLE, Fla. -- This is not what they envisioned on the day they signed to play for the Gators.
Back then, their overstuffed dreams included national titles and big bowl games and sellout crowds cheering their name. Senior Day would be epic, their chance to shine one last time at The Swamp as their family and friends watched from the stands.
Dreams don't always go as planned...
GAINESVILLE, Fla. (AP) No matter what Florida does Saturday, it won't really change the season.
Sure, the Gators can end a three-game losing streak at Florida Field, become bowl eligible and give 22 seniors and fired coach Will Muschamp an enjoyable home finale.
But none of those would redefine Florida's year, which will be remembered for continued offensive failures, late-game...
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November 21, 2014
GAINESVILLE, Fla. -- As they shuffled into the spacious Touchdown Terrace for their media day obligations Sunday afternoon, the Florida Gators split the room according to what side of the ball they played. Offense to the right, defense to the left.
As the linebackers made way to their assigned spots, senior Neiron Ball remarked the group seemed like they were in the same seats as...
GAINESVILLE, Fla. -- Since it ended Nov. 30, putting the 2013 Florida football season in the rearview mirror and looking to better things in 2014 has preoccupied the Gator Nation.
Staff changes, an outstanding recruiting class, encouraging spring followed by an ensuing offseason of conditioning has the orange and blue blood pumping again, and no one's heart is beating faster with...
GAINESVILLE, Fla. -- Even following a successful season, the start of spring football practice delivers a renewed sense of optimism.
The arrival of a fresh crop of recruits is usually all it takes. Often times a new coach or revamped offensive scheme or fresh-faced quarterback is the source of the buzz.
Coming off a 4-8 season like the Gators, all the above are in play.