Former Gators coach Steve Spurrier - honored by the Gators during this 2016 game against Masachussetts - will coach the Orlando team in the new Alliance of American Football, which will launch next February with games on CBS and CBS Sports Net. Spurrier built Florida into an SEC powerhouse from 1990-2001, winning six conference titles and UF’s first national championship in 1996. (AP Photo/John Raoux, File)
Former Gators coach Steve Spurrier - honored by the Gators during this 2016 game against Masachussetts - will coach the Orlando team in the new Alliance of American Football, which will launch next February with games on CBS and CBS Sports Net. Spurrier built Florida into an SEC powerhouse from 1990-2001, winning six conference titles and UF’s first national championship in 1996. (AP Photo/John Raoux, File) John Raoux AP
Former Gators coach Steve Spurrier - honored by the Gators during this 2016 game against Masachussetts - will coach the Orlando team in the new Alliance of American Football, which will launch next February with games on CBS and CBS Sports Net. Spurrier built Florida into an SEC powerhouse from 1990-2001, winning six conference titles and UF’s first national championship in 1996. (AP Photo/John Raoux, File) John Raoux AP
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April 11, 2018 03:11 PM