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Jim McElwain Not Happy, Shannon Returns To The State Of Florida

By on March 31st, 2015

Following a team scrimmage on Saturday, head coach Jim McElwain was not happy with the team’s effort on the practice field on Monday. According to McElwain, the team took steps back and just simply endured practice rather than improving. The … Continue reading

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Florida Football In The Trenches

By on March 28th, 2015

Florida head football coach Jim McElwain decided to keep one coach from the Will Muschamp era, offensive line coach Mike Summers. Summers was brought in last year and coached up an offensive line group that allowed the third-fewest sacks in … Continue reading

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New Offense Under New Coordinator Nussmeier

By on March 21st, 2015

The Kurt Roper Era in Gainesville did not last long. After being hired last year to the offensive coordinator position by former Florida head coach Will Muschamp, Roper improved the offense in some areas. Yet, he did not survive the coaching changes … Continue reading

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Quarterback Competition Taking Shape For The Gators

By on March 19th, 2015

Treon Harris taking first snap of practice on Wednesday. For the first time in recent memory, quarterback Jeff Driskel is not on the Florida football team, as the senior transferred away.  So, Florida will have a new starting quarterback in … Continue reading

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Florida Finishes National Signing Day with Strong “Transition” Class

By on February 5th, 2015

For a team that started the day outside of the top 50 in most recruiting class rankings, the Florida Gators finished out National Signing Day very strong, finishing in the top 25 on ESPN’s recruiting class rankings. The Gators, who … Continue reading

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Greg Nord joins Florida Gators Coaching Staff

By on February 5th, 2015

New Florida football coach Jim McElwain hires another coach off his old Western Kentucky coaching staff.  58 year old Greg Nord who was a running backs coach for McElwain, has been brought to the Gator staff to coach the tight end position and the … Continue reading

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Gator Football Closes Fast On National Signing Day

By on February 4th, 2015

The Florida Gator football program under first year coach Jim McElwain closes fast as National Signing Day came to an end. McElwain spoke today about the class that Florida assembled that includes two early enrollees and 18 other athletes that … Continue reading

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Meet the Coaches: Tim Skipper

By on February 2nd, 2015

Tim Skipper was a starter all four years as middle linebacker for Fresno State from 1997-2000. He had 418 career tackles while at Fresno State, second in school history.  New Florida coach Jim McElwain called Skipper to be the new running backs coach for … Continue reading

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Final Big Football Recruiting Weekend Before National Signing Day

By on January 30th, 2015

The last big weekend of official and unofficial visits before National Signing Day in college football takes place this weekend.   National Signing Day is this Wednesday. Florida has only 10 verbal commitments at this time but like most schools, … Continue reading

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Geoff Collins goes from Starkville to Gainesville

By on January 16th, 2015

The Gator Nation welcomes Florida’s new defensive coordinator, Geoff Collins to the football program. Collins is coming off of a great year in 2014 as Mississippi State’s defensive coordinator/ linebackers coach. He has 21 years of coaching experience and proven success in … Continue reading

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