Bedford has Corners Achieving Goals

Gong into the 2008 national championship season, the Gators biggest question mark was at the cornerback position. One year later and they may be considered the biggest strength of the team outside of a Heisman Trophy winning quarterback. Coach Vance Bedford helped mold an extremely young bunch into a very dynamic group and he likes his chances with a group that returns intact.
August 6, 2009

Video: Anderson Coming off Big Couple of Days

There isn't another player on the roster that has had a better two days of practice than senior cornerback Markihe Anderson. A previous starter and well experienced, Anderson was injured most of last season and saw his playing time diminish with the great play of two younger corners. Anderson talked about that with the media on Saturday here in this brief out take.
April 6, 2009

FALL CAMP: Q&A Markihe Anderson

After losing a pair of starters at the cornerback spot, Florida is counting on new talent to emerge at that position. One player who's clearly done that is Markihe Anderson. The sophomore saw limited time last year but has stood out so far during fall drills. FightinGators.com's Heath Cline spoke with him after Wednesday's practice.
August 9, 2007

One on one with Markihe Anderson

True freshman cornerback Markihe Anderson saw playing time early and often Saturday against Alabama. The personable Anderson did well for himself by going in for an injured Reggie Lewis and was praised by the coaches for his play. Gator Country caught up with Anderson after practice this week and he talked about his play and the upcoming game against LSU in this exclusive video interview.
October 3, 2006

One on one with Markihe Anderson

The Gators went into last spring with only four cornerbacks on the roster. Three cornerbacks were brought in as freshmen from the 2006 signing class and all are most likely needed to contribute. Ft Myers' Markihe Anderson is one of those freshmen and has made an imporession on the Gator staff early.
August 23, 2006

Confident Anderson Ready To Get To UF

Markihe Anderson is one of the least talked about recruits to sign with the Florida Gators this year. The lack of publicity might be because he was one of the earliest commitments to the Gators --- he gave his verbal back in June after the Florida camp --- and he switched positions from wide receiver to cornerback. The lack of publicity or position change didn't bother Urban Meyer one bit.
February 9, 2006

Markihe - Gators are a family of champions

Gator commitment and cornerback Markihe Anderson visited the University of Florida this weekend and came away even more comfortable with his commitment to the Gators. The Ft. Myers Dunbar speedster chose Florida because of the trust he placed in the staff and coaches and that trust was reaffirmed this weekend.
January 15, 2006