Two-sport standout knew he would play at UF
No. 7 BERNIE PARISHAs a multi-sport star at P.K. Yonge, Bernie Parrish always knew where he wanted to play sports.
When the ball was about six feet from the hole, Chris Couch had one thought. "This thing's going to go in," he said Sunday night.
Patriot theme for Gators
Even though he was bypassed in the draft this weekend, Vernell Brown is going to get his shot at playing in the NFL.
Jaguars select Gators' Webb in seventh round
Dee Webb wanted to make it clear Sunday: His gun collection is no more. Unfortunately for the former University of Florida cornerback, that bit of housecleaning didn't happen soon enough to keep him from falling to the hometown Jaguars in the seventh round of the NFL Draft.
UF's Webb, Mincey Picked On Day 2
As Gainesville police investigated a report of a gunshot at Dee Webb's apartment in February, Webb bragged - while asking officers to handcuff him - that he was set to make millions in the NFL, police spokesman Keith Kameg said two days after the incident.
Gators' Jackson Quick To Catch On
Chad Jackson received a sliver of the New England Patriots' playbook in the weeks leading up to Saturday's NFL draft. The former University of Florida receiver's mission: Learn the plays before a pre-draft trip to Massachusetts.
Mincey feels lucky on lean day
Jeremy Mincey was disappointed, but he also knew he'd been the lucky one. On another lean day for the Florida Gators in the NFL Draft, Mincey waited several hours and nearly 100 picks Sunday before the three-time Super Bowl champion New England Patriots selected him in the sixth round with the No. 191 pick.
Jags Revamp Linebacking; Pick Gators' Webb
The Jacksonville Jaguars rebuilt their depleted linebacker corps in three days.
Gators at bottom looking up in SEC
If anyone can understand how Pat McMahon and the Florida Gators feel it's David Perno. Georgia's head coach guided the Bulldogs to the 2004 College World Series, then missed the postseason the following year.
Jacobs, Georgia sweep UF
Jason Jacobs had three doubles and three RBI, and visiting Georgia took command with an eight-run third inning to defeat Florida 9-6 and complete a weekend sweep. Jacobs and Matt Olson each had two-RBI doubles in the third inning for the Bulldogs (28-16, 10-11 Southeastern Conference), who received strong relief appearances from Nathan Moreau (5-1) and Joshua Fields to hold off the rallying Gators (24-23, 6-15).
LSU softball sweeps Florida
The groundwork for No. 10 LSU's sweep over Florida in Southeastern Conference softball was established two days before the start of the series.