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  • 2006-07 set UF recruiting standard

    2006-07 set UF recruiting standard

    The two deep roster of Florida's 2008 national championship team proves two theories -- it is about the talent and putting two great recruiting classes together back-to-back. More

  • Rookie Reviews

    Rookie Reviews

    It may not have had the flash or panache of some of Urban Meyer's signing classes, but the 2011 group was pretty productive in year one as freshmen under Will Muschamp More

  • Second class was a charm for Meyer

    Second class was a charm for Meyer

    Will Muschamp will be looking for a second year bounce in his recruiting. It worked for Ron Zook and certainly helped Urban Meyer, whose 2006 class was something special. More

  • Column: Football is finally here

    Column: Football is finally here

    BOL's Christopher Walsh touches on everything from talent in the Southeastern Conference to expansion, and makes some bold predictions about the upcoming 2011 season. More

  • Wilson's career is "Groundhog Day"

    Wilson's career is "Groundhog Day"

    James Wilson's football career at Florida could be a remake of "Groundhog Day." Every time he starts feeling healthy he wakes up and finds his knee is injured once again. More

  • Ledbetter: What it means for UF

    Ledbetter: What it means for UF

    Will the commitment of Shelby (N.C.) Crest safety Rhaheim Ledbetter be the first of several North Carolina natives to pledge to the Gators in the Class of 2012? More

  • Roster breakdown: quarterbacks

    Roster breakdown: quarterbacks

    Now that spring football is over, it's time to break down the Florida roster position by position. Today: the quarterbacks. More

  • National Notes: N.C. loaded at top

    National Notes: N.C. loaded at top

    The Class of 2012 in the state of North Carolina features many national-level prospects at the top, including running back Keith Marshall, who could be the country's top back. More

  • Pro Day notes: All eyes on Pouncey

    Pro Day notes: All eyes on Pouncey

    The scouts turned out in force to watch 19 Gators work out at Pro Day Tuesday, but all eyes were definitely focused on Mike Pouncey who will indeed play center in the NFL. More

  • The heat will be on Matt Patchan

    The heat will be on Matt Patchan

    This is the fourth in a series of articles about players who are expected to step up their level of play when the Florida Gators begin spring practice on March 16. More

  • Measuring recruiting: the class of 2006

    Measuring recruiting: the class of 2006

    This is the eighth of a 13-part series in which we analyze every Florida recruiting class dating back to 1999. Which classes were the best? Which were the worst? More

  • Analyzing 2010: The offensive line

    Analyzing 2010: The offensive line

    Florida's offensive line was expected to be one of the best in the country in 2010 but injuries took a toll from the beginning and the unit never performed to expectations. More

  • Week 10: Grading the Gators

    Week 10: Grading the Gators

    The Gators had one of their most complete efforts in quite awhile against Vanderbilt and it shows in the weekly grades. More

  • Thoughts of the day: November 7, 2010

    Thoughts about Florida's showdown game with South Carolina next weekend, the win over Vanderbilt and other happenings in the world of college football Saturday. More

  • It's round 2 for new fast paced offense

    The Florida Gators hope their new no-huddle, fast paced offense will get even better results today against Vandy than they got last week against Georgia. More

  • Henry, Burton honored by SEC

    Punter/placekicker Chas Henry and quarterback/wide receiver Trey Burton were honored by the Southeastern Conference for their play against Georgia. More

  • Week 9: Grading the Gators

    Week 9: Grading the Gators

    The grades improved substantially for the Gators, whose 34-31 win over Georgia is easily their best overall effort of the season when you consider how their backs were against the wall. More

  • Week 7: Grading the Gators

    There aren't many good grades this week as the Gators scored only 7 points and lost a shocker to Mississippi State, their third loss in a row. More

  • Gators' depth challenged by so many injuries

    The Florida Gators desperately need a week off to heal. As they go into Saturday's game with Mississippi State, the Gators' depth is severely depleted with at least 20 players nursing injuries. More

  • Week 6: Grading the Gators

    There was only 1 sustained scoring drive for the offense; the defense couldn't get critical stops; and the kicking game had some serious errors. Too many mistakes cost the Gators again. More

  • Spinning their wheels: what's wrong with the

    Theories abound as to why Florida's offense isn't clicking. Execution and consistency might be the chief culprits but this year's personnel just isn't as dynamic as what UF had the last 2 years. More

  • Florida's big guys really have to show up Sat

    The one thing the Florida Gators can't afford to do is allow Alabama to impose its will on both sides of the line Saturday. That means the big guys up front have to more than hold their own. More

  • Game 4: Grading the Gators

    The Gators grade out an A for their winning effort against the Kentucky Wildcats Saturday evening. This was their best overall performance of the season, particularly on offense. More

  • Meyer knows the offense can't afford a slow s

    Kentucky's offense is good enough that Urban Meyer knows his 8th-ranked Florida Gators can't afford a 4th-straight week of an offense that can't move the ball or score in the 1st quarter. More

  • The offense: finding an identity

    The Florida Gators are 3-0 but so far, all the wins are ugly. What's wrong with the offense? Why have the Gators scored only 35 points and gained only 256 yards in the first half this season? More

  • Game 3: Grading the Gators

    Game 3: Grading the Gators

    The Florida Gators moved to 3-0 on the season Saturday. Overall their performance rates a B which means there is plenty of room for improvement before next week's game with Kentucky. More

  • Spare me the sanctimony. Please!

    Spare me the sanctimony. Please!

    Spare me the sanctimony. I've had it with all the gloating and feigned outrage because another football player has been arrested at the University of Florida. More

  • Nixon will start at left tackle Saturday

    Xavier Nixon, who saw part-time duty last week after missing game one rehabbing from knee surgery, will get the start at left tackle Saturday when the 7th-ranked Florida Gators visit Tennessee. More

  • This is Marcus Gilbert's time to shine

    Marcus Gilbert has gone from a player who didn't buy into the system at Florida into one of the Gators' most consistent players and through two games, their most consistent offensive lineman. More

  • Gators hoping to avoid an identity crisis

    The Florida Gators might not have found their identity quite yet, but Urban Meyer thinks they are on the verge of avoiding a full-fledged identity crisis. More

  • Recruiting Mailbag

    Recruiting Mailbag

    Answers to your burning questions about what is happening in the 2011 recruiting class for the Florida Gators. More

  • Game 2: Grading the Gators

    Game 2: Grading the Gators

    Give the Florida Gators an overall grade of A- after their 38-14 win over USF at The Swamp Saturday. There was plenty of improvement but still plenty of room to improve next week at Tennessee. More

  • Gators move a step closer to finding their id

    Gators move a step closer to finding their id

    Sixth-ranked Florida forced five turnovers and used its huge offensive line to pound USF into submission Saturday as the Gators moved to 2-0 on the season with a 38-14 victory over the Golden Bulls. More

  • Meyer hopes to see old faces in familiar plac

    Meyer hopes to see old faces in familiar plac

    With the return of several players from injury and suspension, Urban Meyer is hoping the 6th-ranked Gators look more like the Florida teams he's used to seeing when USF comes to town Saturday. More

  • Meyer says Nixon good to go Saturday

    Meyer says Nixon good to go Saturday

    Left tackle Xavier Nixon, who missed the first game of the season while still rehabbing his injured right knee, will be able to play Saturday when the Florida Gators play host to USF at The Swamp More

  • Gilbert grades Champion but thinks he can imp

    Marcus Gilbert made the move from right tackle to left tackle last week but still graded Champion. Even so, he thinks there is plenty of room for improvement as the Gators host USF this Saturday. More

  • Meyer sees a sense of urgency to improve

    Meyer sees a sense of urgency to improve

    Urban Meyer sees that same type of urgency with his Florida football team that he saw with the 2006 national championship team. The 6th-ranked Gators are preparing to play USF Saturday at The Swamp. More

  • Good chance that Xavier Nixon will play this

    Good chance that Xavier Nixon will play this

    With left tackle Xavier Nixon (knee) and left guard Carl Johnson back from a 1-game suspension, the Florida Gators could have the left side of their offensive line intact for Saturday's game with USF. More

  • Mike Pouncey looking for a good night's sleep

    Mike Pouncey says he hasn't slept well since he played poorly in Florida's win over Miami (OH) last Saturday. He is looking for this week's game with USF as a chance to atone for a poor performance. More

  • Hill, Johnson, Hammonds should be back

    Will Hill, Carl Johnson and Frankie Hammond Jr. should all suit up and play Saturday when the Gators host USF at The Swamp. The three missed game one for disciplinary reasons. More

  • Game 1: Grading the Gators

    The Florida Gators beat Miami (OH) 32-14 Saturday in less than impressive form. Overall, the Gators get a C- grade for their effort. He is a position-by-position analysis and grade. More

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