Florida Gators Football History
The War Stories series returns, looking at the Florida-LSU rivalry.
Even though Florida has dominated Tennessee recently, the two teams have had some very important and memorable match ups over the years. Here's a look back at the first half of the 10 most meaningful ones.
The last time Florida and Miami met as part of an annual series was in 1987. But what if that series hadn't ended?
Sunday Brunch is back after an extended leave (sorry) and asks one all-important question: Which non-conference opponent would you like to see the football Gators play?
Steve Spurrier built the Gators to the level of success (and expectations) it now enjoys. After an abrupt departure following the 2001 season, UF has continued to be one of the elite programs in college football. But what if Spurrier had stayed?
Florida's 1969 season was its first one-loss campaign as a member of the SEC. It's also one of the greatest seasons in Gators history.
Jack Youngblood is one of the toughest NFL players and Gators of all time. His decision to play on a broken leg in the 1979 NFL playoffs epitomizes that.
Florida rounded out its huge Junior Day haul by getting a verbal commitment from Keanu Neal, whose name will almost certainly not be used for jokes.
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