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Mike White has Gators Prepared for Rigorous Season

With the season opener against Florida State less than two weeks away, the Florida Gators are preparing to endure the ups and downs of a grueling four-month, 31-game regular season. No Days Off The Gators will be competing in numerous high-profile games and tournaments against top-tier competition. Let’s take a …

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Excitement Galore at Gators Spring Scrimmage

The presence of Dan Mullen has created a buzz around Florida’s football program. Saturday’s Orange and Blue Debut turned that buzz into the roar of 53,015 people. Florida head coach Dan Mullen said he thought Saturday’s festivities were a success. He expressed what could be viewed as endless gratitude for …

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Florida’s Struggles are Noticeable

After a disappointing football season, basketball was supposed to be the talk of the town in Gainesville for Florida Gator fans. However, the Gators have slightly underperformed expectations this season. They still sit at 16-8 overall and are 3rd in the SEC at 7-4, but have struggled mightily over the …

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Chiozza Questionable for Wednesday’s Game Against Mississippi State

Florida Gators starting point guard Chris Chiozza is questionable for Wednesday’s game against Mississippi State after being diagnosed with strep throat. Chiozza has been ruled out of practice on Tuesday and the team is hopeful he will be able to suit up on Wednesday at home. Chris Chiozza has strep …

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No. 5 Gators Continue to Succeed Away From Home

Gators Outlast Bearcats in Thriller The Florida Gators outlasted the Cincinnati Bearcats by a score of 66-60 in the Never Forget Tribute Classic. Egor Koulechov led all scorers with 21 points and 7 rebounds, while Jalen Hudson added 17 points of his own. Point guard Chris Chiozza did it all, …

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Head Coach Gregg Troy Pleased with Gators Swimming Into Olympics

As of last week, the Olympic trials are over for swimming. Up next, the Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro. It all started in Omaha, Nebraska where swimmers competed for a spot on their country’s Olympic team. After getting their feet wet in Olympic waters, thirteen different athletes will have …

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