Florida is short-handed, banged-up, undersized, and offensively limited. And the Gators have won three straight.
Florida may have only one better chance to put a bullet point on its NCAA Tournament résumé this season.
Florida’s first road trip of the season was a rough one.
The Gators didn’t have their A game — and yet still did something not done in decades.
Florida holding a significant win wire to wire might turn some heads. Its star freshman did that in the game.
Florida doesn’t absolutely have to have this win at Alabama. But it sure would be nice.
Florida starts the year off with a three-game series at McKethan.
The Gators’ defensive coordinator got a raise — before even talking to the Bengals, if you believe Florida.
Florida’s defensive coordinator sticking around Gainesville will be seen as a big win for Dan Mullen.
Florida could ill afford to take a loss on this weeknight. Try as they might, the Gators couldn’t do that.
The Gators’ faint NCAA Tournament hopes depend on not losing games like this.
The Gators and Huskies will meet the next two seasons.
The Gators stayed perfect against in-conference foes last Friday.
Florida’s annual spring scrimmage will take place at 1:00 p.m. on April 13.
Florida’s defensive coordinator is drawing NFL interest, and the Gators have strong positioning on two big 2020 names.
Florida got its shot at the top dog. The dog had bark and bite.
Florida concludes a nightmare fortnight in Knoxville.
Florida acquitted itself nicely in Norman — despite falling to the powerful Sooners.
Florida breaks into the top-ten for the first time since 2014.
Yes, that name is familiar for a reason.
Live updates on Florida commits and targets, with occasional looks at the rest of the nation.
The Gators turned their two outstanding commits into signees on Wednesday.
The Gators pull a star from South Florida — and one that was in Nick Saban’s clutches.
Florida needed to play a good game and have Auburn be off to win on the Plains. That didn’t happen.
The Gators can look at Auburn and see what they might have been — or want to be.
The Gators may not be headed to the Final Four this year, but they have some sweet threads to commemorate their first trip.
Florida had Kentucky on the ropes. The Wildcats got off of them, and had more in the tank.
The first big pull of a first big Junior Day.
Florida isn’t going to play a bigger home game for the remainder of the year. Here’s hoping the Gators play hard.
Several Florida squads suit up against talented competition this weekend.
Florida players feel they can achieve big things in Dan Mullen’s second year.
This season has been lacking a win like this.