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Florida offensive coordinator Brent Pease met with the media on his birthday to talk about the Gators’ preparation for the LSU Tigers. On what he’s doing for his birthday Pease quipped that he is working and spending it with reporters, something he does every year on his special day. On quarterback Tyler Murphy’s pocket presence Murphy maneuvers, but still keeps his eyes downfield which is something that is worked on in drills. Pease knows that Murphy is still processing ...

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Latest 2014 commits

Chris Lammons
Cornerback, 5-10.00, 165
Plantation, FL Plantation
Ermon Lane
Wide Receiver, 6-2.00, 172
Homestead, Fl Homestead
Quincy Wilson
Cornerback, 6-2.00, 185
Fort Lauderdale, FL University School
Nolan Kelleher
Offensive Line, 6-6.00, 285
Mount Pleasant, SC Wando
Justus Reed
Defensive End, 6-5.00, 235
Clearwater, FL Central Catholic
Dontae Angus
Offensive Line, 6-6.00, 330
Philadephia, PA Martin Luther King
Khairi Clark
Defensive Tackle, 6-3.00, 311
Hollywood, FL Chaminade-Madonna

I know that everyone in Gator Nation, and in the SEC for that matter, is pointing at this week’s game at LSU as the week that the Gator season “gets real,” but watching this team the last three weeks rebound again and again from adversity, losing multiple team leaders for the season, and every team giving them their best shot (because no matter how far up or down the Florida program is, the Gators are still overall the most hated and the most red-ink-circled opponent on SEC schedules across the ...

Every Monday Gator Country presents the Prep Rewind with scores and stats that from the weekend’s high school games that involved Florida commitments and targets. Week seven player of the week: Chris Lammons Stats and scores from the weekend games: Philadelphia (Pa.) Martin Luther King offensive ...

Florida played their first night game in The Swamp on Saturday night in front of a raucous crowd and defeated the Arkansas Razorbacks 30-10. While the visitors list wasn’t huge, the Gators did host one of their top targets in Jacksonville (Fla.) Providence School offensive lineman David Sharpe, who was also ...

Eli Carter has gone from Gator-killer to Gator. The former St. Anthony star who led Rutgers to an upset over then #10 Florida in 2011 with 31 points, seven rebounds and six assists, will be suiting up for the Gators this season after receiving his transfer waiver from the NCAA. Carter transferred to Florida ...

Most could see the writing the on the wall but it is now official, Florida Gator signee Chirs Walker has been ruled academically ineligible to enroll this fall at the the University of Florida. Despite the unfortunate news, Walker does still plan on enrolling at Florida for the start of the spring semester. As of ...

The Florida Gators baseball team will kick off their 100th season of play this year when they throw out the opening pitch against Maryland on Friday, February 14. It’s a Valentines Day opening for a team that will look to bounce back from a disappointing 29-30 season last year where the Gators went 0-3 in ...

The Florida volleyball team swept Georgetown during the opening night of the Active Ankle Challenge in the O'Connell Center, never allowing the Hoyas to score more than 14 points the whole match. Coach Wise credited Florida's win to having a size advantage over Georgetown, tallying up 13.5 blocks on the ...