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Florida’s head man had been the subject of rumors about a potential move to LSU.
The Gators’ NCAA Tournament draw brings some familiar foes to Gainesville.
One road is a lot simpler — and more likely to be walked — than the other.
Florida’s joyous walk-off win over its rival could be the shot in the arm this team needs.
The Gators’ newest numbers are more worrisome than not.
A combination of tremendous recruiting and a couple of fortunate returns could be a perfect storm for the Gators.
It will be the return of The Mac after all.
Florida’s beloved ballpark is giving way to a better one. The memories will stay.
It’s all over until the fall — officially.
Don’t count on it being a theme, or the beginning of a downturn.
Not a bad weekend for the ol’ Florida athletic department.
The Gators add another name to their future wide receiver mix.
There was no mincing words about it after Saturday’s game against Towson.
Could the Gators be better in 2020 even after losing their best two hitters and top two signees?
The Gators may see frequent postseason foe Texas Tech yet again.
A valiant effort, but not enough? That would typify this team.
The Gators great continues to mash, while his former team picks up a needed win.
Them days we wasn’t able, there was always beating Florida State.
How many ways can we break their hearts?
Florida starts the year off with a three-game series at McKethan.
Presents and futures were the order of the week.
The #NewMac is going to be so, so great. But it will be late, too.
You didn’t think these would be short thoughts, did you?
The Gators didn’t have enough oxygen to make it to the mountaintop.
Florida and Texas Tech went back and forth, especially late. But the team in orange and blue prevailed.
The Gators go Round 2 with the pesky Red Raiders — this time, with their season on the line.
Florida’s second ace and best hitter came up big to extend the Gators’ season.
For the Gators, it’s do-or-die on a Tuesday afternoon.
A leaky defense let the Gators down in Omaha. Now, they’ll play with their backs to the wall.