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Gator Defense Locked in on Bryce Perkins

Gators linebacker David Reese had high praise for Virginia quarterback Bryce Perkins. “He’s probably one of the best dual-threat quarterbacks in college football.” Because of Perkins’ big-play ability with either his arm or his legs, the Florida defense knows they need him down. When speaking to the media on Saturday, …

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Florida Offense Looks to Make a Final Statement

This season hasn’t been smooth sailing for the Florida Gator offense. Coming into the season, questions loomed about the offensive line’s inexeperience. Then, starting quarterback Feleipe Franks goes down. Backup quarterback Kyle Trask starts for the first time in years. Florida, as a team, rallied around Trask and set out …

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Feleipe Franks Announces He’s Leaving Florida

Florida Gators quarterback Feleipe Franks is leaving Gainesville. The former starting quarterback announced on Instagram he is leaving the Florida football program. Franks was sidelined for most of the season with an ankle injury that he suffered in the Gators’ win over Kentucky back in September. With his departure from …

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Austin’s Swamp Saturday

Austin Nivens, 17, from Tennessee is a huge Florida Gator football fan. Since his birth, Austin has suffered numerous health challenges. He has always dreamed of watching his favorite team play in person. On Saturday, Austin’s dream came true. Thanks to over $4,000 in donations to The Gator Good Foundation, …

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NCAA Opens the Door for Players to Profit off Name and Likeness

Change is coming to the NCAA. The Board of Governors voted unanimously to start the process of implementing policies to allow student-athletes to profit off their name and likeness. Above all, these changes will be carried out, “in a manner consistent with the collegiate model.” NCAA Board of Governors starts …

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Gators Land 2020 4-Star Recruit Niels Lane

The recruiting hot streak for the Florida Gator men’s basketball team continues. Four-star recruit Niels Lane from New Jersey announced today via Instagram that he will be committing to Florida. Lane’s commitment just adds to the already stacked 2020 class for head coach Mike White and the Gators. Lane is …

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Vanderbilt Depending on Run Game Against Georgia

With the quarterback position still up for grabs, the Vanderbilt Commodores are coming into Saturday’s contest against the third ranked Georgia Bulldogs looking to lean on its talented backfield. The Commodores return redshirt senior Ke’Shawn Vaughn, who was third in the SEC in rushing yards last season with 1,244 yards; …

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