Only two Florida coaches — Will Muschamp and Charley Pell — lost their first three tries against Georgia.
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I was 19 when my therapist reached into the top-left drawer of her desk and handed me a pamphlet on suicide prevention.
This was going to be a breezy editorial leaning on the camaraderie of Gators across Alachua County doing their part to suppress the spread for the sake of sports. Instead, it’s a desperate call to action from a sports writer that wants to survive this fall semester.
Saying that Kyle Trask is the Gators’ most important player in 2020 is obvious.
It has been 141 days since the test “heard round the world” that shut down the NBA and the entire sports world.
There weren’t many aspects to criticize about the 2019 Gators. A second-straight double-digit win season, a win in a New Year’s Six bowl for the second year in a row and blowout wins over rivals Tennessee and Florida State is usually enough to please a fanbase.
April is usually one of the most exciting months of the sports calendar. The beginning of the MLB season, the NFL Draft, the start of the NBA Playoffs, the Masters and so much more. But, year in, year out, nothing grabs my attention more than the Stanley Cup Playoffs.
Growing up in New Jersey, an April afternoon looks quite different than one around Gainesville. The temperature is probably going to peak at 50 degrees, the trees and the flora are bare for the most part, and a trip to watch a Rutgers baseball game leaves you in the company of maybe 100 people.
There isn’t a game that epitomizes the 2012 Florida Gators football team more than its matchup with South Carolina.