Wide receiver Trevon Grimes brushed past Georgia cornerback Tyson Campbell’s press coverage and streaked toward the end zone. Quarterback Kyle Trask identified that Grimes had a step on his man and lobbed a pass toward the end zone.
Florida’s women’s swimming and diving team officially completed its incoming freshman class for the 2021-22 season. UF will welcome nine women to the program next year.
Florida came into this shortened 2020 season with title dreams, but there was one thing it had yet to deal with this campaign:
Baseball America revealed its 2021 recruiting rankings Wednesday, and the Florida Gators were in the top position as they lead the nation in top-50 and top-100 ranked prospects committed.
While Florida won’t enter the 2020-21 season with the expectations of last year’s No. 6 preseason squad, the team — and its players — will still face an uphill battle to “reduce the noise” this winter.
Redshirt senior Holly Carlton spent most of her offseason alone because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Incoming freshman Michael Fiore signed with UF, the Gators announced Wednesday.
Florida basketball has signed 2021 small forward Kowacie Reeves. The Macon, Georgia, native is the No. 31 prospect for his class, according to Rivals. The 6-foot-5 wing player chose Florida over Stanford, Georgia, Clemson and Auburn among others.
Last season against Vanderbilt, Florida shooting guard Noah Locke torched the Commodores at the O’Connell Center. He was 6 for 8 on three-pointers that night at an impressive 75 percent. Two games later, he didn’t register a point against Kentucky.
The Florida women’s golf team received a huge boost to their 2021 recruiting class, adding Swedish golfer Ester Fägersten to their list of commits.
The Gators announced Mattias Siimar, a senior from The University of Michigan, will be joining the Florida tennis program as a graduate transfer for the 2021 season, the team announced via social media Wednesday.
What’s worse than an unreachable itch that no contortionist can scratch? Like a parasite digging into a reptile’s nooks and crannies to satisfy its bloodlust?
The Florida men’s golf team concluded its shortened fall campaign with a 10th-place finish at the Jerry Pate National Intercollegiate on Wednesday.
The Florida men’s golf team finished the day in ninth place at the Jerry Pate National Intercollegiate, shooting a collective 1-over-par Tuesday.