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Gators close in on history-making SEC campaign

If the No. 1 Gators beat Kentucky at the O'Connell Center on Saturday, Florida would become the first team to make it through an 18-game SEC schedule unblemished.

PD’s Postulations: To lose or not to lose

To lose or not to lose; that is the question. Whether 'tis nobler in the mind to suffer The slings and arrows of losing to hated Kentucky at home on Senior Night, Or to take arms against a sea of historical odds, And by opposing, end them? To die, to sleep … Or something like that. What started as some quizzical murmurs a few weeks ago has grown into some very loud murmurs. Murmurs in which you can actually hear the word “murmur” clearly being shouted again and again from the crowd: The Gator

Thoughts of the day: March 7, 2014

A few thoughts to jump start your Friday morning. WES CHANDLER MAKES COLLEGE HALL OF FAME BALLOT The National Football Foundation released a ballot that includes 75 players for the 2014 College Football Hall of Fame Thursday including Wes Sandy Chandler, wide receiver, University of Florida. First things first – it’s about time. It’s ridiculous that so many players with far less talent have been elected to the hall ahead of Chandler, who might be the single most talented player in all of Florida

A true Fab Four: Early impressions

Florida’s 2010 basketball recruiting class paled in comparison to the one landed by Kentucky, which included Brandon Knight, Enes Kanter, Terrence Jones and Doron Lamb. Billy Donovan got Patric Young, who most experts predicted would be a one-and-done; Rutgers transfer Mike Rosario, a volume shooter who many wondered if he could tone his game down to fit Florida’s share-the-ball philosophy; Casey Prather, thought to be a ‘tweener who would need to develop a jump shot; Will Yeguete, an undersized

Electric Julius turning heads [$]

Orlando Evans athlete Jalen Julius is on the verge of taking off with his recruitment. With three offers now including one from national championship contender Auburn, Julius is beginning to turn some heads as programs hear more and see more of him. Where he will play is a question for some, but the fact is he will play somewhere and things are looking big for the central Florida star.

JUCO lineman offered, interested in Florida [$]

In order to restock a depleted offensive line Florida has taken a JUCO signee along the line during each of the last two recruiting cycles. And now, the Gators have offered Yuma (AZ) Arizona Western C.C. offensive tackle Glen Bethel

Aaron serious about Florida [$]

Austin Aaron is serious about Florida, so much so that he plans to spend his own money to fly to the East Coast this summer to check out the school.

5-star DB recaps southern swing

Five-star Minkah Fitzpatrick has stayed relatively quiet since the season ended. The Jersey City (N.J.) St. Peter's Prep defensive back just finished up a series of four visits to southern schools.

Five-star defensive back recaps southern swing [$]

Five-star Minkah Fitzpatrick has stayed relatively quiet since the season ended. The Jersey City (N.J.) St. Peter's Prep defensive back just finished up a series of four visits to southern schools.

Former UF record-holder Lawrence praises Frazier's shooting

Joe Lawrence watched on TV as Florida sophomore guard Michael Frazier II broke his record for most 3-pointers in game.

Florida basketball's path will likely lead through Orlando

It is likely Florida’s NCAA Tournament journey will begin in Orlando on March 20. But it will be a tough and expensive ticket.

2015 Introduction: Receiver Kieandre McCray [$]

College coaches are always looking for receivers with size and Gainesville (Fla.) Eastside's Kieandre McCray has it. At 6-foot-2 and 190 pounds McCray has the ability to still find the open field and make the tough catch when called upon to do so. College coaches are starting to take notice as he continues to work on his craft to try and be one of the best big receivers in The Sunshine State.

Defensive tackles learn what it takes [$]

Will Muschamp speaks openly about his willingness to play - and start - freshmen. His resume in his three years at Florida supports his words. There have been 16 different freshmen who have started a combined 65 times under Muschamp's watch. The only positions at which a freshman has not started since 2011: defensive tackle, offensive guard, tight end.

"There's never a boring moment at USF" [$]

While he's already quite familiar with the Bulls' program residing in Tampa Bay, 2015 Niceville (Fla.) running back, Shi'kim Coward, talks about his junior day experience to USF last weekend, his visit plans for the upcoming weekend, his rehabilitation and more below.

Senior sendoff: Patric Young

If you’ve ever watched a Florida basketball game on television, you’ve probably heard someone gushing about center Patric Young. Maybe it’s the arms he claims he doesn’t really work out. They were so tantalizing to ESPN’s Jimmy Dykes that the play-by-play man took this picture with Young before Florida played Vanderbilt: Best set of arms in college ball. The dude on the right pic.twitter.com/SnobVS8kwc — Jimmy Dykes (@JimmyDykesLive) February 25, 2014 If it’s not...Read the rest here: Senior se

Kevin Brockway's SEC Power Ratings

The Gators continue to separate from the field, while other conference teams sit on the NCAA Tournament bubble.

Interro-Gator: Five questions with Casey Prather

The senior forward discusses how he has grown and matured during his breakout season.

Spring Forward: The Backs [$]

Less than two weeks away from the start of spring ball, we continue our preview of the spring roster for Florida Gators football. This time we will look into the backfield and although not completely healthy, it is a much more complete bunch than the linebackers. With junior Matt Jones the only one missing, the running back position will get a lot of work.

Thoughts of the day: March 6, 2014

A few thoughts to jump start your Thursday morning. CAN YOU BE RANKED #1 AND FLY UNDER THE RADAR? The answer is – unfortunately if you’re a Gator fan; happily so if you are Billy Donovan – yes. When the #1-ranked Gators hosed South Carolina Tuesday night in Columbia, Michael Frazier went off the charts with 11 3-pointers and Florida’s defense held the Gamecocks to only 46 points for the game and only five made shots in the second half. That’s the kind of effort that should be worthy of the big h

Freshmen the Gators can build around

The Florida coaching staff my not admit it but the Gators are rebuilding. Much of the success that Florida had in 2012 was due to the recruiting efforts of the previous staff with the majority of the playmakers coming from the 2010 recruiting class. Most of those players have moved on now and heading into Will Muschamp’s fourth season in Gainesville, this will be the first team that is comprised almost entirely of players that he recruited. In four short years, Muschamp and his staff have beco

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