Chomping at Bits
Short stories of some relevance to Gator Nation.
The potential starter’s injury saps depth from a largely unproven secondary.
Florida’s athletic season came to a close over the weekend out in Eugene.
Florida and Ole Miss have diverged more than they’ve intersected in the 13 years since the Gators last headed to Oxford.
The Gators’ head man seems pretty happy with his 2020 class, and Florida will see a familiar face when Homecoming rolls around.
The Gators add another name to their future wide receiver mix.
The dynamic playmaker is sure to get a warm reception from The Swamp.
Florida might be spending much of the next decade in home-and-homes with Pac-12 teams.
The Gators remain in position to play in a New Year’s Six bowl despite their second loss.
Must be nice to be assured of night kickoffs more often than not when a big game rolls around...
There was no mincing words about it after Saturday’s game against Towson.
The Gators have depth on the offensive line, but they’re losing a veteran who would have contributed.
The Florida AD recapped the year and addressed topics like the Florida-Georgia series, fan experience, and facilities upgrades.
The Gators great continues to mash, while his former team picks up a needed win.
Do you like knowing when Florida will play games in its future? Well, do I ever have a blog post for you!
One group of Gators fared better than the other.
The Gators and Huskies will meet the next two seasons.
Florida players feel they can achieve big things in Dan Mullen’s second year.
In Stricklin’s interview, he also touched on ticket sales and scheduling.
The Gators may be losing another veteran on the o-line.