Florida Gators wide receiver Quinton Dunbar took a shot at Urban Meyer on Twitter following Ohio State's loss to Michigan State.
Joker Phillips’ latest photoshop endeavor celebrates Florida Gators wide receiver Quinton Dunbar and his average-at-best receiving stats.
Lost in the red zone struggles and turnovers during the Miami game was the improvement of the Florida wide receivers. Solomon Patton led the group with six catches for 118 yards and a touchdown while Quinton Dunbar chipped in with 98 yards. Driskel threw the ball a career-high 33 times, showing that the Gators have confidence in their receivers this fall.
Quinton Dunbar didn’t always understand what it took off the field. He put in the effort expected of him on the practice field and spent the necessary time in the playbook, but when it came to the weight room, he only wanted to do the minimum. That’s no longer the case. The redshirt junior has changed his mindset and could be headed for the breakout season the Gators have been waiting for.
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There is no question that the Florida Gators passing game has struggled mightily over the past few seasons. One of the main reasons for those struggles has been the lack of production and playmaking ability from the wide receivers.
Ever since the likes of Dallas Baker, Louis Murphy and Percy Harvin have left the University of Florida...
Florida junior Quarterback Jeff Driskel and junior wide receiver Quinton Dunbar discuss improvements the Gators have made during spring practice thus far. It has only been a week, but Florida is making progress toward an improved offense in 2013.
How Bright is the Future for the Gators?(Quinton Dunbar) Courtesy of gatorzone.com
Ultimately, success comes from a combination of the talent of the team and the discipline and play-calling of the coaches. A college coach that expects to achieve greatness must be able to attract talented players. Recruiting is the starting point of every season. It is the base of success. Nick Saban...
Sophomore receiver Quinton Dunbar was adamant Thursday that the Florida Gators of 2011 had too much talent on the field not to produce at a higher level. Dunbar believes that a new attitude has started to enter in the ranks and the 2012 version of the Florida Gators will be a lot different team. Communication is key and he says these Gators have plenty.