UF may have already played two games, but it seems like Saturday's matchup with No. 22 Tennessee is the start of a whole new season.
If there was ever a year where a Gators blowout of Tennessee was possible, this could be it. But if there?s one thing we all know about rivalry games (particularly this one), it?s that they are incredibly unpredictable.
Even in her third year, defender Liz Ruberry still has a debut to make.
Sometime tonight, a Georgia hitter will spring off the floor, looking for the perfect kill.
Every Saturday morning, Tate Casey knows they'll come knocking.
Manuel Villegas followed a strong finish in Monday's second round in the Inverness Invitational in Toledo, Ohio with another two-under 69 in final round of play Tuesday to finish tied for third at two-under after 54 holes.
UF coach Urban Meyer is a little concerned about his defensive line as the Gators head into their first Southeastern Conference game of the season Saturday.