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Trust The Process: Dan Mullen

The nation’s longest current win streak over any team in the NCAA came to an end this weekend in Gainesville. The Florida Gators fell to the Kentucky Wildcats Saturday night, snapping a 31-year win streak for the Gators over the Wildcats. Cats. Win. Kentucky is coming home to Lexington with …

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Gators Soccer Gets Fresh Start Due to NCAA Weather Rule

The Florida Gators soccer team could not get anything going against their in-state rival UCF Knights Sunday evening. They were down 3-0 going into halftime, but that’s when the lighting kicked in. The inclement weather proved to play in the Gators favor, as the team will get a fresh start …

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Florida vs Kentucky Recruiting Weekend Update

The Florida Gators might have experienced a tough game day, however, some of the recruits were able to see past the performance on the field. Many of the recruits mentioned how much they liked the atmosphere in the Swamp. 2019 Recruits’ Game Day Experiences Trey Knox Four-star WR, Trey Knox, …

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Gators Football Recap: Kentucky upsets Florida 27-16 behind Snell Jr.

Only one team came to Ben Hill Griffin Stadium on Saturday night and was able to play consistently physical football for 60 minutes. The other dropped to 1-1 on the season in front of their home crowd. An announced attendance of 80,651 also witnessed a 31-year-old win streak come to …

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Florida Defensive Backs Look Ahead at Kentucky

When the Florida Gators take the field on Saturday night a 31-year winning streak will be on the line. However, the Gators focus remains on this year, and not the past. Florida defensive back Marco Wilson said he knows about the streak but isn’t thinking about it. “I’m definitely aware …

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Gators’ Jachai Polite Giving Up Candy and Getting Better Every Day

Defensive lineman Jachai Polite has all the tools, work ethic and coaching needed to become a star for the Gators. Focused on Improvement Jachai Polite has plenty of natural talent. He knows it, his coaches know it and his teammates know it. One of his teammates and fellow pass-rusher T.J. …

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Recruits Attend the First 2018 Gator Game Day

The Florida Gators showed off their new and improved uptempo offense as they beat Charleston Southern 53-6. Among those impressed were highly sought-after high school football recruits. Recruits’ Game Day Experiences Diwun Black “My first time in the Swamp. It was loud. It was a lot of hand clapping.” 4-Star …

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Charleston Southern Looks To Pull Off An Upset In Their Season Opener

In their season opener, Charleston Southern football is trying to make a statement as they take on the Florida Gators in Gainesville. Both teams seemed to struggle last season as Charleston Southern went 6-5 and Florida went 4-7. Head coach for the Charleston Southern Buccaneers, Mark Tucker, says that a …

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Florida Volleyball Plays in Home Opener

The fourth ranked Florida volleyball team opens its home season this weekend with the Bubly Invitational in the Exactech Arena. The Gators will face seventh ranked Southern California, Louisville, and UCF in this three-day tournament.  You can hear Friday’s match against USC on ESPN 98.1 FM/850 AM WRUF starting at …

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5-Star Recruit Tre Mann Commits to Florida Basketball

Tre Mann, the five-star 2019 recruit according to 247Sports, is a huge recruitment pull for Florida basketball and Head Coach Mike White. Hometown Hero Mann decided to stay “home” to play college ball. Mann was being heavily recruited by Kansas, North Carolina and Tennessee. He also had 12 other offers, …

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