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Gators hosting final recruiting weekend before National Signing Day: Florida’s coaching staff is expecting to host four 2018 prospects on official visits over the weekend. They anticipate hosting four-star wide receiver (and former Gator commit) Jacob Copeland, JUCO defensive end Dorian Gerald, former Mississippi State defensive end commit Fabien Lovett, and tight end Glenn Beal. (Graham Hall, Gainesville Sun)
Official visit to UF this weekend ‼️— Jacob Copeland (@JCope1era) January 31, 2018
Florida AD Scott Stricklin against some of the proposed NCAA transfer rule changes: Namely undergraduate players being able to transfer and play immediately. (Thomas Goldkamp, 247Sports)
Previewing the Gators’ defensive backs: Ahead of National Signing Day, how Florida’s secondary may be situated in 2018. (David Wunderlich, Gator Country)
Dan Mullen revitalizing team: The Gators are happy to turn the page on a disappointing and tumultuous 2017. David Reese and Feleipe Franks discuss the changes and the new coaching staff. (Scott Carter, Florida Gators)
"Winning is the biggest thing and never having another year like 2017 because it left a bad taste in our mouths." -- @Dreese_33— Gators Football (@GatorsFB) February 2, 2018
"There's a new energy as we're all really buying in." -- @18franks
Story via @GatorsScott:https://t.co/UNpzgzFQE9 pic.twitter.com/g8Ei0Y8SY0
Gator gymnasts at Auburn tonight: No. 5 Florida is at the No. 17 Tigers tonight at 7:00 p.m. This is the 36th consecutive meeting in which both programs will bring a top-25 ranking. (Mary Howard, Florida Gators)
New UF wide receiver Van Jefferson petitioning for immediate eligibility: Jefferson is reportedly one of six former Ole Miss players requesting immediate eligibility at their new schools. He is part of a group which is attempting to show that they were allegedly misled as to the extent of potential NCAA violations and punishments for the Rebels. (Dennis Dodd, CBS Sports)
Gators have formidable No. 3 starting pitcher: Sophomore Tyler Dyson, who closed out Florida’s College World Series win, will be Sunday’s starter this season. (Pat Dooley, Gainesville Sun)
Ask to see the stadium during the visit ...see if they drive you all the way to Miami Gardens https://t.co/KL4hjy40ht— Marco Wilson (@MJW_era) February 2, 2018
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