The Gators are undefeated, but a murderous schedule against three Top 10 teams looms large.
After another seismic Saturday in college football, Florida, Florida State and Miami have re-established an existing hierarchy in the Sunshine State.
Florida Gulf Coast are this year's favorite Cinderella team, but they will be facing their toughest matchup yet. Can they keep the dream alive?
FGCU captured the nation's attention with an incredible tournament run, but they'll be facing their toughest opponent yet. Can they keep the run going?
Miami and Florida are strong candidates to make the Final Four, while Florida Gulf Coast has an unlikely shot at an upset in its first-round matchup.
Miami and Florida both received high seeds in the NCAA Tournament. Why not print out your own brackets and see how far you have them going in the tournament?
The Gators came up just short against the Rebels on Sunday, but didn't need the automatic bid to punch their ticket to the big dance.
Selection Sunday is finally here, and there are multiple viewing options for a 21st Century audience.
Kenny Boynton and Marshall Henderson came to the rescue for their teams yesterday, getting Florida and Ole Miss wins after being given runs for their money by lesser-ranked teams.
Frank Martin's first season at South Carolina comes to an abrupt end, while Auburn is easily dispatched back to the plains.
Sharrif Floyd and Bjoern Werner are possible top ten picks, but the guy who did the most to improve his draft stock amongst Florida players might have been Florida State's E.J. Manuel.
2014 recruit Todd Kelly has the Florida Gators in his top-10 college football programs that he's interested in.
The senior guard broke a school record by making eight threes on Sunday, and his continued hot shooting could be the key to the Gators playing deep into March.
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