- 2014 SEC Media Days: UF to send its three most notable players
Jul. 10, 2014
(Jeff Driskel | Courtesy tnsportsradio.com) GAINESVILLE -- The 2014 SEC Media Days begin Monday, and Florida will send its three most marquee -- and important -- ...
- SEC Network coming to Cox Communications
Jul. 9, 2014
(Tim Tebow | Courtesy sportstalkflorida.com) GAINESVILLE -- Florida fans can rest easy. Cox Communications, the major cable provider in Gainesville and much of North ...
- Names, Names, Names: Watch List month is here
Jul. 7, 2014
GAINESVILLE -- It is time. We?ve officially reached the tipping point of the summer, where half (not exactly a scientific approximation) the players in college football ...
Kirsti Merritt hit a three-run homer, and Florida defeated Alabama 6-3 on Tuesday night at Oklahoma City to win its first NCAA softball championship.
A year ago, Florida cornerbacks Marcus Roberson and Loucheiz Purifoy were touted as potential first-round NFL Draft prospects, but even after 35 cornerbacks heard their name called over the three-day event, Roberson and Purifoy did not.
Despite five cornerbacks finding homes in Thursday’s first round of the 2014 NFL Draft, Florida’s talented trio of defensive backs — Jaylen Watkins, Marcus Roberson and Loucheiz Purifoy — did not hear their names called during Friday’s second and third round.
NFL Draft | UF
For much of Thursdays first round of the NFL Draft, the Florida Gators were a punchline. ESPN and NFL Network rolled countless highlights displaying prospects shredding the Gators during their abysmal 4-8 season. But former Florida defensive tackle Dominique Easley eventually got the last laugh.
NFL Draft | UF
Defensive tackle Dominique Easley is climbing back up NFL draft boards as he recovers from an injury that prematurely ended his Gators career.
Two weeks after announcing he was transferring from Michigan, Jon Horford has reportedly decided on a new school.
A little more than four months removed from Floridas worst season in over three decades, Will Muschamp promised Gators fans they would be pleased with the product on the field in 2014.
Few people outside of Boca Raton have noticed, but Florida Atlantic has made steady progress throughout the season. First, coach Carl Pelini has instilled some of his Rust Belt toughness into the Owls and, as the 2012 season nears its finish for FAU, the program appears to be moving in the right direction after that regrettable 1-11 record in the final season of the Howard Schnellenberger Era. The same team that began the season with a 7-3 victory against Wagner has won two of its past three games and gave Navy a scare in Annapolis, Md. Against the spread, FAU has covered in eight consecutive weeks. Joe Goodman, The Miami Heralds national college football columnist, is a lot like FAU in terms of picking games this season. He started slowly but has built some positive momentum. Last week, Joe took a slight step backwards, going 4-4 straight up and 3-4-1 against the spread, but, overall, Joe is 63-25 straight up and 43-39-1 against the spread. The Pro, Lee Sterling of ParamountSports.com, went 5-3 straight up last week and 3-4-1 against the spread. For the season, the Pro is a stellar 65-23 straight up and 46-36-1 against the spread.
Joe can count on his hand the number of times he has finished a week above .500 against the spread in the past three seasons. Amazingly, last week was one of those times.
For the second consecutive week, Joe and the Pro finished with identical records both straight up and again...
COLLEGE FOOTBALL WEEK 3
Joe somehow edged out The Pro in the second week of the season. Its a trend thats not expected ...
Former UM assistant Aubrey Hill, tied to the NCAA investigation of the Hurricanes in a Yahoo! report, resig...
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Robin Reynolds journey with Northwest Express has landed her a UF track scholarship.
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SEC MEDIA DAY
As the SEC media event begins, defending national champion Florida will be the center of the attention, but...
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