The offense schemed guys open, while the defense use blitz against runs and changed things up at star.
The rewatch of the Florida defense is not a pretty sight.
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The Florida Gators will scrimmage on Monday for the first time during fall camp and their first game is less than three weeks away. With the first scrimmage — and season — approaching quickly it’s time to break down where the team stands and how the depth chart looks. Defensive End Jabari Zuniga – RsSr […]
Zach Carter has been patient but his time is coming.
With a large group of guys from last year’s Top-10 Florida football team off to pursue NFL dreams, the Gators need some new talent to step up. Maybe it’s a redshirt freshman who shined in limited playing time last season, a veteran who has patiently waited for his turn to step into a larger role […]
Five standout performances from the Florida Gators first scrimmage.
What did Todd Grantham's players think when the Cincinnati Bengals came calling?
Gator Country has confirmed that defensive line coach Sal Sunseri will leave UF to join Alabama's staff.
A lot of Florida's young players got to play on Saturday in a dominant win over Idaho, and they took advantage of it.
Here is what the video shows of Florida's impressive defensive debut.
Bailiegh picks out her biggest takeaways from the first game of the season as the Gators blew out CSU.
The change was immediate and it was shocking but the results were undeniable. Elijah Conliffe remembers the first time Nick Savage made the Gators go through a “hold the rope” drill. Florida had been split up into four teams during offseason workouts and each team had a long rope to hold while they ascended the […]