During my four long years of college, I developed a least favorite question.
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With the brief spring practice season and the annual intrasquad scrimmage in the rear-view mirror, the Gators will now head their separate ways this summer.
In the wake of another disappointing, but all too familiar, John Brantley performance on Saturday — 4-of-14 passing, 45 yards, no touchdowns; the only thing missing was an interception — people are already looking to stir up a quarterback controversy in Gainesville.
After a spring full of closed practices, Saturday’s Orange and Blue Debut was slated to be the Gators’ first chance to show how far they progressed under coach Will Muschamp.
Call me a cynic — and maybe this is just repressed jealousy because I wasn’t appointed to one of the four media guest coach spots — but it’s hard to get excited about what’s going to happen Saturday in The Swamp.
If Ronald Powell is as comfortable on the field as he was in front of reporters Monday afternoon, the Gators’ defense should be in good shape.
After helping lead Florida back to the Elite Eight, Larry Shyatt is returning to his former home.
For years, Will Muschamp has fought the idea that he doesn’t use small cornerbacks, and Cody Riggs has rebelled against the notion that he has to be big to play well.
Jeff Demps isn’t practicing with the football team this spring, but he is by no means out of the running for a starting spot in Florida’s backfield.
I hope Florida fans enjoyed the Gators’ low-post dominance Saturday more than UF’s players and coaches seemingly did, because they won’t be seeing much of it next year.
Chris Rainey struggled through a tumultuous season on and off the
When Chandler Parsons was in first grade, back at Highlands Elementary School, he had to draw a picture showing what he wanted to do when he grew up.
Will Muschamp isn’t a fan of the word “potential.”
I had only heard stories and seen brief highlights of Jimmer Fredette before seeing him up close and personal.
Last year, Florida’s freshmen struggled to establish a good rapport with the team’s upperclassmen, often clashing with the veterans.
Perhaps more so than any other player on Florida’s roster, John Brantley entered the spring practice season in need of a fresh start.
By ADAM BERRY
Following Florida coach Will Muschamp at the podium Monday afternoon, Charlie Weis appeared to have all the intensity of a Sunday drive.
Will Muschamp has made it perfectly clear he doesn’t want a coaching staff full of yes men at Florida. But his defensive coordinator has all the makings of a reliable right-hand man, and that suits the new Gators coach just fine.
Adam Berry: Bad News Berry