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Jeff Driskel Needs To Improve, Or Harris Should Play

A triple-overtime win versus Kentucky would be a nice headline for the Gators – but it is not March – and John Calipari was not on the sidelines in the Swamp on Saturday. After narrowly beating head coach Mark

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Florida Looks to Extend Streak Against Kentucky

Florida-Kentucky can legitimately be called a rivalry on the basketball court, but I think you would have a hard time arguing that the rivalry extends to the football field. It’s been almost 30 years since the Gator football team lost

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News and Notes: Gators Did What They Had To Do Against Eastern Michigan

This is what competent football teams are supposed to look like. Sure, you might not be able to take much out of Florida’s 65-0 rout of Eastern Michigan on Saturday, but know this. The Eagles were a team the

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Take Two: Florida Takes on Eastern Michigan

College football analysts have spent most of the last week overreacting to Week One’s slate of games. Kenny Hill and Texas A&M are on their way to a national championship. Georgia looks unbeatable. These

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Gators Fired Up: Ready To Kickoff Season vs Eastern Michigan

The Florida Gators were fired up and itching to kick off their 2014 campaign last weekend, but unfortunately due to inclement weather the season opener was suspended. On Wednesday, UF Athletics Director Jeremy Foley announced that the game was ruled

The Gators could use a little lightning against Alabama this Saturday. .

Game One Vandalized: Florida Sends Idaho On Their Way

It just wouldn’t have made any sense. After some deliberation, and many hours of standing in the pouring rain, the Florida Gators and the Idaho Vandals have agreed to declare their would-be season opener a no contest. The game

Game One: Florida Gators Ready to Take On Idaho

Everyone always wants things to be better than they are. Even when things are good, it’s easy to imagine them being better. As Don Draper once said, happiness is just the “moment before you need more happiness.” You meet

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The Insiders Show: College Football Has Returned…Carry On

On this edition of ‘The Insiders,’ Eric Lopez, Jeff Sharon, and Mary Stevens dive head-first into all things college pigskin with their 2014 Season Preview show. They are also joined by UCF Volleyball Head Coach Todd Dagenais to preview

Florida needs make sure Jeff Driskel does what he does best on offense.

Gators Jeff Driskel Confident: Ready To Unveil New Explosive Offense

With less than 10 days until Florida’s August 30th opener against Idaho, a lot of fans are wondering what’s in store for the 2014 Gator football season. The majority of attention and chatter surrounds the offensive side of the

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Competition Brewing: Who Will Be Florida’s Backup Quarterback?

  The Florida football team is in their final days of preseason training camp and with the season opener against Idaho just 10 days away,  the Gators still have some very crucial decisions to be made. One of the most critical