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Preview: Gators to Face Georgia and Mississippi State on the Road

After two weeks of playing in the “LemDome”, the Gator volleyball team is on the road again to face Georgia on Wednesday night and Mississippi State on Sunday. The Team On Monday, Florida made a strong move up in the national rankings. The Gators are now No.7 in the RPI rankings …

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Florida Athletic Director Jeremy Foley Talks Gator Sports

University of Florida Athletic Director Jeremy Foley joined ESPN Gainesville’s Steve Russell on Sportscene Wednesday to talk Gator sports. Listeners called and emailed in questions to ask Foley, and he spoke on a wide variety of topics. Some of the most consistent talking points brought up were about improvements to athletic facilities, football’s …

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UF Men’s Golf Falls Short of Capturing SEC Championship

The Gator men’s golf team placed third at the SEC championship tournament this weekend after collectively finishing 21 over par on the Seaside Course in St. Simons Island, Georgia. After battling wind gusts between 25 and 30 miles per hour for most of the tournament, Georgia (+13) and Texas A&M …

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Gators Sweep Weekend Matchup Against FGCU

Gainesville, Fla -The No. 1 ranked Florida Gator baseball team ended their weekend long series against Florida Gulf Coast with a 12-3 win, sweeping the series with the Eagles 3-0. The Gators came out of the gate strong putting up four runs in the bottom of the first inning. Mike Rivera singled to right field …

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Jeremy Foley Gives UF Athletics Update

With one of the most pressure-packed jobs in all of college sports, Jeremy Foley has thrived as Florida’s athletic Director since the day he took over on March 9th, 1992. Wednesday afternoon Foley was on set to talk about all things Florida with ESPN 95.3’s own Steve Russell. One of …

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Seeking a Three-Peat

The top ranked Florida Gator Softball team is hungry for yet another NCAA Championship Title.  The back-to-back Women’s College World Series Champions finished 60-7 and 18-5 in the SEC last season.  All but one of those losses (Michigan in the WCWS) came in SEC play.  The Lady Gators are practicing daily …

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