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Gator Defense Shines in Shutout Against North Texas

The Florida Gator football team (3-0) beat the visiting North Texas Mean Green (1-2) 32-0 Saturday night, earning their first shutout since September 6th, 2014—a 65-0 home win over Eastern Michigan. Gator football head coach Jim McElwain says this was “a good win, not a great win”, after struggling offensively in …

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Gator Football Trounces Kentucky in Historic Victory

The second home game for the University of Florida football team started a lot differently than last week’s game, with early momentum becoming a huge factor in a 45-7 win over Kentucky. The 30th consecutive victory over the Wildcats extends the longest in-conference streak in SEC history. Gator football Head …

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Florida Football Ready for Wildcats

Following Saturday’s 24-7 home victory over the UMass Minutemen, the Florida Gator football team (1-0) will get back to work this week in preparation for the visiting Kentucky Wildcats (0-1). Looking forward to this weekend’s SEC match up, Gator coach Jim McElwain says Kentucky is “hurting” after blowing an 18-point halftime …

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Florida Football Outlasts UMass in Season Opener

With a special “Mr. Two-Bits” introduction from The Old Ball Coach himself, newly-christened Steve Spurrier Florida-Field at Ben Hill Griffin Stadium was electric as the Gator football season got underway. The visiting UMass Minutemen experienced The Swamp’s full effect as over 88,000 fans piled in to see the Florida Gators …

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Lee Corso Thinks Antonio Callaway, Gators Could Be A Big Surprise This Season

Sportscene’s Steve Russell caught up with long-time ESPN College GameDay analyst Lee Corso on Thursday morning and some of his predictions will have Gator fans very excited for the 2016-2017 college football season. College Football Playoff: Alabama, Clemson, Oklahoma and Florida State headline the top four in the first college football …

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Gators Preparing for Minutemen

As the Florida Gator football team prepares for it’s first-ever matchup with the UMass Minutemen, many questions still remain unanswered. Despite naming a starting quarterback, nobody is quite sure what the offense will actually look like during the September 3 season opener. For example, according to junior OL David Sharpe, …

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Gators Gaining Ground in Fall Camp

After holding a second full contact scrimmage this weekend with their newly-named starting quarterback, the Florida Gator football team is rapidly approaching their September 3 home opener against the UMass Minutemen. According to head coach Jim McElwain, a recently held scrimmage provided younger players with a great opportunity to learn from veterans. …

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McElwain: No Word on Callaway, Riles Suffers Leg Injury

Gator football head coach Jim McElwain’s wet hair was an indication of Monday’s practice conditions in Gainesville, Florida. McElwain began his statement by saying today’s “execution was not great at all,” but Florida will use it as a learning experience as they try to avoid outside distractions. McElwain also hinted that …

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McElwain Speaks on First Day of Gator Football Practice

With the first day of fall practices in the books, Gator football head coach Jim McElwain addressed media members earlier than expected on Thursday afternoon. Coach Mac says the first team drills of fall ended early today because of an “outstanding” practice pace, citing the importance of veteran leadership as …

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