Don't want a rematch: How about Michigan!
On the one hand: "The offense stinks. Urban Meyer needs a new offensive coordinator."
Coach's painful decision
Brandon Siler tried to play despite an injury. There is a difference, the saying goes, between injured and hurt. If a player is injured, he can't play. If he's hurt, he needs to suck it up and get on the field.
Florida reaping recruiting benefits
In Tallahassee, the Seminoles are 5-5, the offensive coordinator just got kicked to the curb and some of the boosters are expressing doubts about the legendary head coach.
Meyer: Freshmen to play, but it's all about seniors
Saturday is officially Senior Day in The Swamp. But it also very likely will turn into Young Guy Day as well. With the Gators a huge favorite over outmanned Western Carolina, Saturday's game should give some of UF's talented freshmen a chance to see more extensive playing time.
Gators' schedule hurts in bid for title game
Jerry Palm doesn't have good news for Florida football fans. Palm, a well-known BCS expert who runs the Web site collegerpi.com, is convinced the third-ranked Gators will not reach the national championship game even if they win out for a 12-1 record.
Spikes May Get Chance To Start This Week
Freshman LB Brandon Spikes called his friends and family last week with an urgent message: He was going to start his first collegiate game against South Carolina.
A real-time tryout for freshmen
Saturday will be a tryout camp of sorts as the banged-up Gators play an overwhelmed Western Carolina team.
Freshman LB ready to jump
Florida freshman Brandon Spikes arrived with a bang - the way every linebacker imagines. He then quickly faded into the background, where most first-year players actually end up.
Noah, Horford power Gators to easy win
Joakim Noah and Al Horford returned for their junior seasons at Florida in part because they wanted to develop as more complete players.
Big first half leads Gators to easy win
It would have been hard for Florida to play much better than the top-ranked Gators did in the first half of their 90-61 victory over Jacksonville University on Thursday night.
Gators rout, then pout
A disappointed Joakim Noah made quite the public speech after Florida routed Jacksonville 90-61 -- a mere 29-point margin for the defending national champions -- on Thursday night.
Gators Get Message In Victory
In 12 years as a head coach, Florida's Billy Donovan isn't sure he has seen one of his teams play a better half than his Gators played Thursday against Jacksonville.
Horford ignites Gators with new sharpshooting
veryone knew what Florida's center Al Horford could do. Horford ignites Gators with new sharpshooting Freshman LB ready to jump The question was about what Horford couldn't do
Gators build chemistry on road trip
Want a taste of how chaotic the lives of Florida's soccer players have been over the past four weeks? Pack your bags and join Becky Burleigh's Traveling Gators on the ultimate road trip.
Florida to face tough Cal defense
When the Gators released their 2006-07 schedule back in August, Carolyn Peck said it might be the most challenging schedule she's ever had.