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Gator Football Injury Update As They Prepare for Vanderbilt

Florida Gator football head coach Jim McElwain provided an update Wednesday on injuries on his team as they prepare to play Vanderbilt in Nashville on Saturday.  The Gators are looking to bounce back with a win after a crushing defeat from the Tennessee Volunteers last weekend that left the Gators seeking …

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Scott Stricklin Officially Announced As University of Florida Athletic Director

On Tuesday afternoon at the Otis Hawkins Center in Gainesville, Mississippi State’s Scott Stricklin was introduced as the next athletic director for the University of Florida. Stricklin, the 14th athletic director in school history, is set to replace Jeremy Foley, who has been the AD for the Gators since 1992.  Stricklin had been the …

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McElwain Speaks on Loss, Injuries and Vanderbilt

After a heartbreaking 38-28 result against the Tennessee Volunteers on Saturday, Head Coach Jim McElwain and his No.23 Florida Gator football team know the re-grouping process of the first loss to the Volunteers since 2004 can’t last very long. McElwain did admit earlier today that the mood in the locker room after the …

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SEC Preview: Gator Volleyball vs. Alabama

After winning their first SEC match of the season against Ole Miss (3-1) Friday night, the now 11-1 Florida Gators will head over to Tuscaloosa to face off against Alabama. Alabama hasn’t lost a match since the first weekend of September when they faced off against Florida State. The 12-2 …

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Gators Fall Flat, End Streak Against Tennessee

After starting fast and completely controlling the first half, the Florida Gator football team (3-1) dropped a 38-28 decision to the Tennessee Volunteers (4-0) on Saturday in Knoxville, Tennessee. Florida’s road loss marks the first time since 2004 that the Volunteers have beaten the Gators. After being outgained 336 to 102 in …

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Gators Soccer Drops Home SEC Opener to Auburn

The Florida Gator soccer team opened up their home SEC slate with a less-than-desired result. The Gators fell to Auburn 3-0 at James G. Pressly Stadium, Florida’s largest defeat to Auburn in program history. The loss drops the Gators to 6-3 overall, and 1-2 in SEC play. The first big …

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University of Florida Showcases New Plan for $100 Million Facilities Upgrade

University of Florida Athletic Director Jeremy Foley has unveiled a new plan for a $100 million facilities upgrade for the school’s football, baseball and softball programs. Foley said that football, baseball and softball were the school’s main priorities at the moment for renovation and addition. The plan to pay for …

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Rece Davis Speaks on Vols-Gators and More

On Wednesday, ESPN journalist Rece Davis joined Sportscene with Steve Russell to talk about the Tennessee Volunteers, preparing for College GameDay, the Florida Gators, the SEC as a whole, and the College Football Playoff. Davis on Tennessee When talking about Tennessee, Davis expressed concern over the shaky 3-0 start for …

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Tennessee Fans Nervous for Vols to Face SEC East Foe Florida

The Tennessee Volunteers started out this season ranked as one of the top ten college football teams in the country. However, the Vols have been falling down the rankings each week. The Vols gave fans a scare against Appalachian State during their first game of the season, winning 20-13 in overtime. …

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Tim Tebow In Full Swing With The New York Mets

Tradition Field, in Port St. Lucie, Florida, was home of the New York Mets’ first day of instructional program on Monday morning. It was a typical day filled with base-running drills, fly balls, and line drives accompanied with batting practice — and the introduction of Tim Tebow in an orange and blue …

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