Amidst a pitch-black cloud hanging over the sport of college football, the Gators at least got a single ray of […] The post Back to Back! Corey Collier becomes second Miami Palmetto Panther to commit to Florida in 20 hour span appeared first on In All Kinds Of Weather.
The Florida Gators are getting an upgrade at cornerback. Jason Marshall, a 5-star corner from Miami Palmetto High, committed to the team on Sunday: The 6'2" and 180-pound cornerback is considered the No...
Florida is officially on the board at Miami Palmetto High School with the addition of Jason Marshall. And of the […] The post Five star CB Jason Marshall becomes crown jewel of Gators’ 2021 recruiting class appeared first on In All Kinds Of Weather.
At last, Florida’s slate for Year Three of the Dan Mullen era is set- although the dates are TBD. The […] The post Gators fill out 2020 football schedule with Arkansas and Texas A&M appeared first on In All Kinds Of Weather.
Photo by Jamie Schwaberow/Getty Images Does a summer spent kicking the can down the road and passing the buck instill any confidence? Perhaps you read my take on the SEC’s new 10-game schedule for the 2020 college football season yesterday.
The Florida Gators got some big news Thursday — literally — when three-star defensive tackle Desmond Watson (Seffner, FL) committed to the program, adding another massive body to the program’s growing Class of 2021.
The football career of Gators defensive tackle Elijah Conliffe appears to be over. Conliffe has received a medical exemption that […] The post Elijah Conliffe leaves Florida football program with medical exemption appeared first on In All Kinds Of Weather.
After a bit of a lull on the recruiting trail, Florida has suddenly picked it up over the course of […] The post Gators flip OL recruit Jake Slaughter from FSU appeared first on In All Kinds Of Weather.
Just a couple months after seeing him make a pledge to their in-state rival, the Florida Gators on Friday flipped three-star center Jake Slaughter (Ocala, FL) from his verbal commitment to Florida State.
Fanatics These are gorgeous — and a sign of things to come Some Florida Gators fans were disappointed when Florida’s tease of something happening in regards to its Ring of Honor on Thursday was revealed to be merely the release of the Ring of Honor Collection of merchandise, rather than the announcement of another inductee or something similar.
One erstwhile Florida Gators player has already found a new college football home. And he won’t even have to leave the SEC as part of his move. Just last week, it was confirmed that Dionte Marks had taken the first step in leaving Florida football by entering the NCAA transfer database. Wednesday, the wide receiver