The reserve is on his way out of Gainesville after all. After an announcement of his intent to transfer followed by a game in uniform, Florida Gators edge rusher Andrew Chatfield is, in fact, transferring — announcing that he’ll head to Oregon State via Twitter on Wednesday.
Former Florida Gators edge rusher Andrew Chatfield announced his commitment to Oregon State on Wednesday. Via a Twitter post saying "HEARTLESS SAVAGE NEW CHAPTER," Chatfield declared that his short-lived time in the transfer portal, which he entered on Aug.
The greatest female swimmer in history will be churning the waters in Gainesville. A bolt from the blue — like, the water — for this Wednesday: Swimming legend Katie Ledecky will train with the Florida Gators for the 2024 Olympics, and also serve as a volunteer coach for the program.
The Florida Gators have added a 38-time medalist and one of if not the greatest female swimmer of all time, Katie Ledecky, to their staff as a volunteer swimming coach, the university and Ledecky announced on Wednesday.
Sailing hasn't been all that smooth for Emory Jones as the Florida Gators' starting quarterback. In the first two weeks of the season, against measly Florida Atlantic and South Florida programs, Jones combined to throw for 264 yards, two touchdowns, and four interceptions.
Photo Credit: Alex Shepherd There aren't many players that can exude confidence and back it up in today's game of football. Sure, many will talk prior to contests, but typically they're silenced by the opposing team the very next day.
And he also offered to do a song-and-dance routine. Really. Dan Mullen’s Monday press conference after his Florida Gators fought Alabama to the end in a 31-29 loss over the weekend was about as happy as any one he’s had after a defeat.
Outside linebacker Andrew Chatfield entered the transfer portal days before the Florida Gators' 2021 season began, but remained with the team at least through the FAU game on September 4. Head coach Dan Mullen shared that, as of September 6, Chatfield was still a member of the Gators' defense and that he had played in the season-opener.
The Gators didn’t do anything too tricky against Alabama. In fact, they didn’t deviate from their primary personnel grouping at all The film review for last week’s game was titled “Is Florida ready for Bama?” It was a question that was difficult to answer based on the first two games.
Photo credit: Alex Shepherd, AllGators.com The No. 11 Florida Gators were two points away from upsetting the No. 1 team in the nation on Saturday. Call that a moral victory all you want, and if you don't feel the need to give UF props for its performance against Alabama, that's fine.
The No. 11 Florida Gators took on the No. 1 Alabama Crimson Tide and fought until the end in an incredibly close final, ultimately falling 31-29. The two-point margin gives Florida its first loss in SEC play but still allows them to feel motivated for the remainder of the season.
Florida’s best shot at the best team in the country came up short — but only just so. The Florida Gators trailed the Alabama Crimson Tide by a 21-3 score after one quarter in The Swamp on Saturday, and it looked like the majority of the more than 90,000 fans in attendance were going to exit the stadium mostly unhappy — and maybe early.
It's a packed house in The Swamp today as the No. 11 Florida Gators take on the No. 1 Alabama Crimson Tide. It will be the third sold-out crowd under head coach Dan Mullen and the first since the team's 2019 matchup against the Auburn Tigers.
The Florida Gators are slated to face off against the Alabama Crimson Tide at home in their biggest matchup of the 2021 season. Looking to end Alabama’s 31-game win streak over SEC East opponents, the Gators welcome the team they fell to in the SEC Championship last season.