The Gators did everything they could Sunday to look for offense, but they left the field still searching for answers as Florida continued its midseason slump, and Arkansas continued to prove why its pitching staff is tops in the Southeastern Conference.
Since January, when it really hit me that this was my last semester, I have stewed over what I wanted to say with my final column for the Alligator. Without a doubt, it has been the hardest assignment in five years of college.
Florida knew a rough stretch was coming, even before the season began.
Florida appears to finally be back on the right track.
Something is still amiss with Karsten Whitson.
Vickash Ramjit was one swing away from clinching the weekend series for Florida.
Nothing has come easy for No. 7 Florida the last three weeks, and that continued Friday night in Knoxville, Tenn.
Down 3-0 early on the road against top-ranked FSU, Florida coach Kevin O’Sullivan was worried that the Seminoles would keep piling on the runs.
Florida’s fall from the top of the college baseball polls was a swift one — one that surely has people questioning if this team is as good as it was advertised to be entering the season.
The Gators’ red-zone woes from last fall appeared to follow them into the spring.