The story coming into 2020 surrounding Florida’s defense revolved around the secondary and its numerous questions. While that’s completely fair after an historically poor pass defense in 2020 (257.5 passing yards allowed per game), the run defense seemed to be left out of discussion.
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Carreteras bloqueadas con letreros que dicen "Carretera cerrada" y cercas cubiertas con tela de malla verde se extienden a lo largo de los pasillos y las calles del campus. Este es el panorama del campus que enfrentan los estudiantes de UF este semestre.
A Miami man was killed on impact early Saturday morning crossing Interstate 75 on foot. He was hit by a pickup truck and run over by an unknown vehicle.
If a UF student is not already enrolled in a health care plan, the university automatically charges upward of $1,000 for its own health insurance option.
The 90,887 fans in attendance on Sept. 18 in The Swamp roared the lyrics to Tom Petty’s “I Won’t Back Down” as if they were trying to will their team to victory.
Jacqueline Huggins, a mother of four, walked through Thornebrook Village Shopping Center with her family when she saw the construction for Trinity’s Day Spa in 2018. The spa solely catered to girls and young teens.
After being exposed to COVID-19, Dan Grabhorn, a 57-year-old Gainesville resident, heard about a High Springs monoclonal antibody treatment site through his wife, who had already received it Sept. 13.
Blocked-off streets with signs reading “Road Closed” and fences covered in green mesh fabric stretch across campus walkways and streets. This is the campus landscape UF students face this semester.
It all started with a round of spring cleaning.
Florida and North Florida sprinted up and down the pitch on Friday night for 120 minutes, but all efforts were mute in the final score. Although 17 total shots were blasted in regulation time, the match went scoreless and the Gators recorded their second consecutive draw.
This year, Gainesville’s student-run arts and culture magazine, Rowdy Magazine, hosted a viewing party for the fashion world’s equivalent of the Oscars, the Met Gala.
Sitting in a dimly lit office crowded with signs and portraits, Wayne Fields’ voice bellows throughout the James L. Medlin House.
Hushed murmurs of anticipation lingered in the air. The house lights dimmed and so did the audience's voices. Stage lights flashed bright, and the actors took their places.
The Florida Gators needed one stop to get the ball back to their offense. On third and 2 with 90,887 fans rocking, the Alabama Crimson Tide put the ball into the gut of their running back Brian Robinson Jr., who fell past the sticks to clinch the 31-29 victory.
Two weeks after the drop-add period means course expenses are in full effect. Charges and payments are around every corner, but one seems to be hitting students harder this Fall.
The Florida Gators men’s golf team opened its season this weekend in the windy city. Competing at the Fighting Illini Invitational, hosted by Illinois, head coach J.C. Deacon and his team hoped to begin their campaign on a high note.
Setter Marlie Monserez dished out dimes left and right on Sunday afternoon, 36 of them to be exact, in a performance Florida fans have come to expect from the senior. However, it was her three kills during the opening set that had the Windermere, Florida, native smiling ear to ear.
Florida starting quarterback Emory Jones stood in the pocket, running back Malik Davis at his right side and the Alabama defense in his eyes. He’d just conducted an 11-play, 75-yard touchdown drive, UF’s third in a row, and now needed a two-point conversion to tie the top-ranked Crimson Tide at home. Two yards stood between Jones and immortal glory.
Fans in the Stephen C. O’Connell Center rose to their feet, a Gators sweep within reach. Sophomore outside hitter Sofia Victoria dribbled and served the ball, initiating a match-point rally. Senior setter Marlie Monserez delivered a clean pass to redshirt senior outside hitter T’ara Ceasar, who rocketed the ball toward the court to secure a straight-set victory.
The gates of Donald R. Dizney Stadium will open once again on Sunday night when the Florida Gators (1-5-2) host the unranked North Florida Ospreys (5-1).