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New Story: Grading the Gators: Defense - It’s been Florida’s calling card for the past four seasons. No matter what kind of struggles the offense was going through, Gator fans could count on a suffocating, dominating defense that regularly finished as not just one of the best in the conference but one of the best in the country year after year. Gator fans weren’t the only people taking notice; NFL teams were watching as well. The NFL Draft has hit the Gators hard, with ... http://ow.ly/2FJOvi
GC takes a look back at how the defense performed this spring and grades the Gators.
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New Story: Thoughts of the day: April 16, 2014 - A few thoughts to jump start your Wednesday morning. SPRING REVIEW: QUARTERBACKS Kurt Roper certainly solidified his reputation as a quarterbacks coach in Florida’s recently concluded spring practice. There was noticeable improvement from day one to the Orange and Blue game by all three of Florida’s quarterbacks and while Jeff Driskel emerged from the spring as the #1 at the position, who’s the #2 isn’t exactly the slam d... http://ow.ly/2FI82S
Quarterback is trending upward now that the Gators have finished spring practice.
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New Story: Gators cap off road trip with 7-1 win - The No. 7 Florida Gators (24-13) capped of their season-long eight game road trip with an offensive explosion Tuesday night against the Eagles of Florida Gulf Coast University (24-14). Florida tallied 15 hits and seven runs in the contest, easily downing the Eagles and taking the season series against the instate foe. “This was a really good game for us,” Kevin O’Sullivan said. “I told our guys after the game that I’m p... http://ow.ly/2FI4Gp
Florida capped off a season long eight-game road trip with a 7-1 victory over FGCU.
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New Story: Florida leads for Austin Smith after a big visit - The need for linebackers at Florida is huge for the Class of 2015 and on Saturday the Gators hosted linebacker Austin Smith (6-3, 220, Buford, GA High) for the spring game. Smith and his family arrived in Gainesville on Thursday and stayed until Saturday night and the Georgia linebacker stayed busy during his three day trip. “The visit was nice, we got there on Thursday and checked into the hotel,” Smith said... http://ow.ly/2FHogh
Austin Smith visited Florida for three days last week and left with Florida his leader.
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New Story: Hayes, Azubuike make NTF title contender - TAVARES – When he compares his biceps to those of 15-year-old Udoka Azubuike (6-11, 250, Lagos, Nigeria/Jacksonville, FL Potters House Christian) all Kevarrius Hayes (6-9, 200, Live Oak, FL Suwannee County) can do is shake his head in wonder. “Look at those arms,” Hayes said Sunday after Nike Team Florida finished a rigorous 3-hour workout at the impressive Big House training facility for basketball and volleyball. “... http://ow.ly/2FFRmJ
Kevarrius Hayes and Udoka Azubuike make Nike Team Florida a national AAU title contender.
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New Story: Florida offers Mississippi JUCO defensive tackle - Will Muschamp and the Florida Gators coaching staff have made it an annual event to offer a top JUCO player, and last week the Gators sent out an offer to one on the defensive line. Defensive tackle D.J. Jones (6-2, 310, Scooba, MS East Mississippi C.C.) spoke to Florida last week and that’s when he received the good news. “Florida offered me last week,” said Jones. “Coach [Coleman] Hutzler was the coach that... http://ow.ly/2FJOvh
Florida sent out an offer to Mississippi JUCO defensive tackle D.J. Jones last week .
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New Story: Donovan has Gators in perpetual reload - The Florida Gators lost three front court starters including the SEC Player of the Year from the 2011 team that was one shot away from the Final Four. The Gators lost the fifth leading scorer in school history who was also the career leader in assists and a freshman who was the third player picked in the NBA Draft from their 2012 team that was a game away from the Final Four. In 2013, the Gators lost three senior start... http://ow.ly/2FI4Gq
The Florida Gators lost four senior starters but Billy Donovan's cupboard isn't bare.
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New Story: Horton has high interest in Florida after Saturday http://ow.ly/2FHogi
Michael Horton visited Florida on Saturday and was impressed by Mike Summers.
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New Story: Thoughts of the day: April 15, 2014 - UP TEMPO, NO HUDDLE WILL ONLY HELP One of the benefits of Florida’s switch to an up tempo, no huddle offense is that the defense will see it every day in practice and that can only help when the games count for real. Of the nine real football teams on Florida’s schedules – Idaho, Eastern Michigan and Eastern Kentucky have no business being on an SEC schedule – seven of them employ some sort of a spread offense on a regula... http://ow.ly/2FG1tQ
The up tempo, no huddle offense will also help the Gators prepare defensively this fall.
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New Story: McCloud and his family enjoy Florida on Saturday - Florida hosted over a dozen prospects on Saturday for the spring game and running back Ray-Ray McCloud (5-10, 180, Tampa, FL Sickles) was on hand for his third visit of the spring. Saturday’s visit for McCloud was different though as this time his mother came along to see Florida for the first time and she liked what she saw from the Gators. “The visit was good,” McCloud said. “I got to watch the game, talk t... http://ow.ly/2FFgtz
Running back Ray-Ray McCloud and his parents visited Florida on Saturday and enjoyed it.
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