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Gator Football Preview

The 24th ranked Florida Gators are traveling to Texas to take on SEC newcomer Texas A&M in this week’s gridiron matchup. The Gators are coming off of a 27-14 win over Bowling Green last week, while Texas A&M’s season opener against Louisiana Tech was postponed due to Hurricane Issac. Florida Defensive …

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Gator Football Preview

The No. 23 Gators take Florida Field for their season opener against Bowling Green on Saturday. After going 7-6 last year and finishing their home schedule with a loss to Florida State in the Swamp, redshirt sophomore and offensive lineman Chaz Green says the team, especially the offense, is looking …

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Gator Volleyball To Play In Nike Big Four Classic

After sweeping three consecutive opponents last weekend the No. 18/20 Gator volleyball team heads to State College to participate in the third annual Nike Big Four Classic. The Orange and Blue will face two powerful opponents this weekend starting with a game this afternoon against No. 2 Texas. Gator head coach Mary Wise says …

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SEC Schedules In Football And Basketball Set To Be Adopted

Expansion, playoffs, conference re-alignment and scheduling dominated the Thursday agenda at the SEC meetings going on in Destin, Florida. SEC Commissioner Mike Slive is on record as saying that while other leagues might be looking to re-align or expand, the SEC is happy with 14 teams at this time. It …

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SEC Meetings: Playoff Should Be Top Four Teams

The annual SEC meetings continue today in Destin, Florida but one thing that definitely came out the first day was consensus that any college football playoff should include the top four teams in the country, regardless if they won league titles or divisions…or not. There has been much talk about …

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SEC Meetings Start Today In Destin

The annual SEC meetings begin today in Destin, Florida and the big topic of discussion should be a college football playoff. The meetings last through the week and it brings together coaches, administrators, athletic directors and school presidents to discuss various topics of interest. If in fact the SEC presidents …

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No.2 Florida Baseball Drops Series Against No.17 Arkansas

The second-ranked Florida Baseball team lost 3-1 against number seventeen Arkansas on Sunday afternoon. The Gators fall to 12-9 in SEC play and 33-12 overall. Florida won the series opener 3-2 on Friday night and lost 5-1 on Saturday. Arkansas’ win on Sunday was the first series win at McKethan Stadium for the Razorbacks since …

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No. 2 Gator Baseball Faces No. 17 Arkansas Friday Night

The second ranked Florida baseball team takes on seventeenth ranked Arkansas Friday night in the first of the three game series. The Gators are coming off a 10-1 mid-week victory over Bethune-Cookman improving their record to 32-10. The team looks to improve their 11-7 SEC record to move one game closer to Eastern …

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No. 1 Florida Wins Series Against Georgia

The top ranked Florida baseball team won the rubber game of their three game series, 6-3, against the Georgia Bulldogs on Sunday. The Gators have now won their last six regular season series against the Bulldogs, a streak that began with Florida’s sweep back in 2007. Florida Junior RHP Hudson Randall …

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Florida Baseball Hosts Georgia In A Weekend Series

The top ranked Florida baseball team will host their Eastern division rival the Georgia Bulldogs (23-15, 7-8 SEC) Friday night as the teams are set to kick off their weekend series at McKethan Stadium. The Gators (29-8, 9-6 SEC) have won four of their last five games and are facing a Georgia team which …

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