“I don’t know what it is going to take for you to truly consider this something as real and dangerous,” B.B. Staples, the mother of former women’s basketball player Corey Staples wrote to Florida Athletic Director Scott Stricklin.
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The head coach is accused of making racist remarks, throwing basketballs at players during practices, and verbally abusing the team, assistant coaches and trainers.
When the name, image and likeness legislation goes into effect July 1, 2021, it could serve as the most monumental change college athletics has ever seen, but what exactly is going to change?
Off the field, though, Toney is a poet and a musician. As “Yung Joka,” his rap alias, he allows his creativity and emotions to run as wild and free as he does between the endzones. While questions circulate around his loyalty to the game, it’s clear Toney’s football fidelity is undeniable.
UF soccer player Izzy Kadzban's Rapa Nui roots paved the way for a decorated international soccer career prior to her college play.
Nervous. That’s how I felt the first time I interviewed Joe Pagdin.
When people are asked to describe a close friend in a word, it’s common to find them gazing at the distance as their brain scrambles to find the appropriate response. The momentary lapse for thought, varying from Joy from Inside Out-like efficiency or workers in SpongeBob’s brain office scrambling through burning ruins, leads to mixed responses.
Shannon Snell used to make pancakes on the gridiron, but now, he does a different kind of cooking: barbecuing.
In 1989, 7-year-old Ben Troupe donned his helmet and pads for the first time and ran onto the field for practice at the Swainsboro Recreation Department's football league in Swainsboro, Georgia.
It’s been two weeks without sports and they haven’t gone by easily. Naturally, this hiatus has prompted us to reminisce to a time where you could turn on the TV late at night and find an NBA game on the West coast still going on in earnest. What a luxury that was.
The UF softball team will have more than luck on its side when it takes the field in Oklahoma City.
End of an Era: Muschamp’s last players graduating
The buzz around Florida football is that a first-round pick lives on its defensive front, and he wears No. 99.
Johannes Ingildsen shows up to practice with sunscreen on his face not rubbed all the way in and his freshly bleached blonde hair poking through his Gators hat.
Superman is near-invincible. Batman is crafty.