Talking yesterday to a “Bull Gator,” one of their big money alumni group, there was a great deal of Seminole envy. FSU is No. 2 in the all important BCS Poll and No. 3 in both the USA Today
Call it the understatement of the season: Florida coach Will Muschamp said on his Sunday TV show “We’re inept offensively right now, and we need to make some changes as we move forward.” (via the Gainesville Sun) No kidding.
How are the Florida Gators coping with the inordinate amount of injuries this season to players in key roles? The same way they always do. As the Gators head to Columbia, Mo., this weekend, head coach Will Muschamp continues
More questions were raised than answered following Jeff Driskel’s season-ending injury against Tennessee last week. The only thing we know for sure is that Tyler Murphy is going to be the starter, presumably for the rest of the season.
For Gator fans who hadn’t lost hope after the team’s loss to the Miami Hurricanes, or even after Jeff Driskel’s season-ending knee injury against Tennessee, they were dealt another debilitating blow on Wednesday. Defensive tackle Dominique Easley is out
It won’t be pretty. The Gators are a hard-nosed, grind-it-out kind of team. Even against Toledo, in what most would call a cupcake game, they only scored 24 points. Last season, they eked out wins over Bowling Green, Missouri
An eventful week in college football ended with the defending champion Alabama Crimson Tide avenging last year’s loss to Johnny Manziel and the Texas A&M Aggies, staking their claim as the top team in the land. And in the
If there were ever a week where I could by a fly on the wall listening to one of Will Muschamp’s closed-door speeches to his football team, I think this would be the one. After Saturday’s debilitating, turnover-laden 21-16
Let me make one thing clear: The NFL and college football are two very different things. In no way, shape or form could the Florida Gators even competitively play on the same field as the 49ers (or any other
UPDATE: The University has denied that defensive tackle Jay-nard Bostwick was suspended, and he is expected to be on the sidelines for Saturday’s game. When most Gator fans woke up on Friday morning, they thought that starting middle linebacker Antonio