Florida had a very good 2018 season. Its 2019 season might look much the same — on the surface, anyway.
Two linemen in three days? John Hevesy has to be happy with that.
Kelly Barnhill made just two mistakes. But they were big enough that Florida’s offense couldn’t overcome them.
Woo for the cool.
The point guard will be at the helm of a loaded roster.
It’s sweeter when you don’t expect it.
The Gators may see frequent postseason foe Texas Tech yet again.
When the Gators needed everyone to deliver, everyone did.
Florida apparently losing veteran depth at linebacker may not be a bad thing.
A valiant effort, but not enough? That would typify this team.
Relationship ribs paid off, apparently.
Don’t like the way things are going with Florida? Wait: They’ll change.
Florida’s stupid offseason seems intent on getting stupider — though a state attorney is calling this situation "bullshit."
As always, it comes down to the quarterback.
Florida’s stream of bad news continues.
The Gators went to College Station reeling. Now, they’re rolling.
The mother of all home-and-homes is finally on Florida’s schedule.
The Gators have to replace experience and talent up front. How well they do that may steer their season.
The talented freshman is apparently on his way out of town.
The Gators will host the Buffaloes, then travel to the Rocky Mountain State.
The Gators great continues to mash, while his former team picks up a needed win.
Another Gator makes the news for alleged violence against a woman.
Florida’s offense is loaded with skilled athletes entering Dan Mullen’s second year.
Let’s do some surveying of recent housekeeping.
The 2019 Florida enrollee was accused of an assault occurring on April 6.
And our veteran correspondent got to see it in person.
Florida’s bruising running back is the Panthers’ first-ever drafted Gator.
Florida’s rangy hitter is going to a defense that might be better than you realize.
The Saints made it three Gators — and three Cocoa Tigers — taken this year.