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Ex-Gators shook off rust to help the Cards

Gerald Christian and Robert Clark have been solid additions to the University of Louisville offense after sitting out last season. But for both the transition back into football was not an easy one. Cardinal Authority spoke with the former Florida transfers about their first season with the Cardinals.
December 24, 2013  |  Discuss

Another Florida Transfer Picks Louisville

According to sources, former Florida tight end Gerald Christian will transfer to Louisville. His former teammate in high school and at Florida, Robert Clark, will also transfer to play for Charlie Strong. Clark, a 5-9 wide receiver made the decision over the weekend. Christian played two seasons at Florida. Christian left the Gators’ program just three games into the season. In...
Via The Cardinal Connect
January 04, 2012  |  Discuss

Ex-Gator Robert Clark says he will transfer to Louisville

Robert Clark, a former Gators receiver, intends to sign with Louisville, he told’s Louisville site. Clark left Florida in October, along with fellow Dwyer HS graduate Gerald Christian. Both players have been talking to programs and taking visits recently. Landing Clark should help Louisville get Christian, a tight end. Both players were true sophomores last year and will...
Via Gator Bytes
January 04, 2012  |  Discuss

Former Florida players Gerald Christian, Robert Clark still considering options for 2012

Robert Clark and Gerald Christian, former Dwyer High School players who left the Gators in October, have not decided where they plan to play next. Both expect to take the upcoming spring semester off, which means they will not go through spring practices with their new teams. “I doubt I’ll be ready to make a decision by then, so I’ll probably take a semester off to take my...
Via Gator Bytes
December 02, 2011  |  Discuss

Transfer News: Robert Clark And Gerald Christian To Leave Gators

Two Dwyer-ites down, two to…hopefully stay forever and ever and ever.On Tuesday it came to light that wide receiver/returner Robert Clark and tight end Gerald Christian will transfer from Florida. The two came to Gainesville as part of the 2010 recruiting class with fellow high school teammate safety Matt Elam, but neither was able to experience his success and more importantly...
Via The Bull Gator
October 25, 2011  |  Discuss

Former Dwyer HS player Robert Clark appreciates Florida coaching staff, but needs new start

Former Dwyer HS player Robert Clark will miss the 2012 season and return as a red-shirt junior in 2013. (Mike English/TCPalm) Robert Clark felt he needed to leave Florida and start fresh somewhere else. He believed stepping away from the team now was a better move than hanging around and being a negative influence at practices. In hindsight, he regretted that move and wished he had...
Via Gator Bytes
October 25, 2011  |  Discuss

Dwyer coach Jack Daniels upset with former players Gerald Christian, Robert Clark for quitting Gators mid-season

Dwyer High School football coach Jack Daniels is fiercely loyal to his players, many of whom feel like family members to him, and he has no problem telling them when they do something wrong. He was fine with former Dwyer players Gerald Christian and Robert Clark choosing to transfer from Florida, a move announced earlier today, but was disappointed that they did not finish the season...
Via Gator Bytes
October 25, 2011  |  Discuss

Dwyer Duo Transferring, What Does It Mean?

The Florida Gators were facing a roster crisis when the season began and now that crisis has gotten even worse. Sophomore tight end Gerald Christian and sophomore receiver Robert Clark have both decided to take their talents elsewhere. The two haven’t played much in their short careers and both expressed their desire to play more in a statement released from the program on Tuesday.
October 25, 2011  |  Discuss
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