Kyle Bumpers is a fourth-year journalism major and the sports editor of The Alligator. In his free time, he cries about Russell Wilson and writes an outrageous amount of movie reviews on Letterboxd.
The Bills selected Shorter with the 15th pick of the fifth round — the 150th overall pick — of the 2023 National Football League Draft Saturday. He joins former UF offensive guard O’Cyrus Torrence — who was taken in the second round — as the second Gator drafted by the Bills in this year’s draft.
The Jacksonville Jaguars picked Miller with the 19th pick of the fourth round — the 121st overall pick — of the 2023 National Football League Draft.
Offensive guard O’Cyrus Torrence became the third Gator drafted in the 2023 National Football League Draft Thursday. The Buffalo Bills picked Torrence with the 59th overall pick in the second round.
Richardson was selected by the Indianapolis Colts with the fourth pick in the 2023 NFL Draft.
April 24, 2022, I got an email asking me to interview for The Alligator. A year later, I’m publishing my goodbye column in this semester’s final paper. My driver’s license might read the same name, but the kid who got that email isn’t the same as the one typing this column.
The Heavener became the first athletic facility in the U.S. to receive a platinum level certification in 2009. Now, the new complex — the James W. “Bill” Heavener Football Training Center — is only anticipating a LEED Gold certification, assistant athletic director of facilities Bill Smith said.
No. 21 Florida Gators men’s tennis (13-11, 5-6 SEC) lost to the No. 5 Kentucky Wildcats (20-4, 8-3 SEC) 5-2 Friday at Alfred A. Ring Complex. Kentucky allowed only one singles victory in its demolition of the hosting Gators.