I had my first panic attack during my junior year of high school.
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My favorite part of Dan Mullen’s introductory press conference on Monday?
The room is quiet. You can go in.
Please, save me your sighs.
After a season of limited playing time, Adarius Lemons had a breakout game on Saturday.
Randy Shannon is familiar with coaching just 53 players.
Taven Bryan was wearing a blue collared shirt. He had stripped off the bulky shoulder pads that he wore about 30 minutes before, pulled off the white jersey that had been covered with dirt and sweat, and, for just a moment, unburdened himself of what was running through his mind.
Column: Randy Shannon is auditioning for his next job. And, like it or not, it’s affecting Franks’ development
About two weeks ago, during Randy Shannon’s first day as interim coach of the Florida Gators, he began to explain how he would — and would not — be approaching the remainder of UF’s season.
As interim coach Randy Shannon ended Florida’s practice Tuesday and walked to the south end zone of UF’s indoor practice facility, he made one request.
CJ Henderson was running, chasing Missouri receiver Emanuel Hall down the right sideline.
As Randy Shannon stood in front of a group of reporters on Monday, his first appearance as the interim coach of the Florida football team, he was asked what — if any — changes he will make.
On Tuesday, as Florida football players stretched and jogged on the practice field, an unusual noise came blasting from the loudspeakers: a Tom Petty song.
Jim McElwain is out as Florida’s football coach. What were some of his best and worst moments during his time at UF? Let’s take a look:
When examining Florida’s 42-7 loss — one in which UF’s offense appeared lifeless, its defense appeared lethargic and its coach appeared unsure of his job security — there was at least one positive to glean from the Gators’ performance: Malik Zaire.
Kerry Dixon saw it in the spring.
A white man in a black V-neck stood outside the Phillips Center on Thursday. On his right shoulder, he had pinned a pro-Nazi button. He proceeded to speak about how he disliked transgender people.
Three men from Texas, who drove to Gainesville to attend Richard Spencer’s speech Thursday, were arrested after one of the men shot into a group of protesters, Gainesville Police said.
There had already been so many. There was the ACL injury during his senior year of high school. There was the season ending injury in 2014. There was the time when a teammate rolled onto his leg against Florida State last year, ending his year.
The players were still in their meeting room. The coach had left, but Jordan Sherit knew this issue needed to be addressed. He felt responsible: Florida has caused five turnovers this season, tied for 104th in the nation.
The ball was tilted, sure. Leaning slightly to the left. The hold was a bit awkward, and the kick could have been straighter, and the score could have been different. But they weren’t.