Florida coach Jim McElwain meets with the media Wednesday ahead of the SEC championship game.
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Florida coach Jim McElwain meets with the media following Wednesday’s practice and addresses some interesting topics.
Florida cornerback Jalen Tabor discusses Saturday’s win South Carolina and the upcoming game against Florida Atlantic.
Florida quarterback Will Grier now has shirts supporting his NCAA appeal. Grier’s father, Chad Grier, posted a picture on social media Monday sporting a ‘Free Willy’ T-shirt. Grier’s stepmother and five other women also posed with their own Free Willy shirts. The group is standing on a beach with the ocean behind them, an ode to the 1993 movie of the same name. Grier and his lawyers reportedly had a conference call Monday with the NCAA regarding his appeal. Grier… Read More »
Florida coach Jim McElwain meets with the media following Wednesday’s practice and discusses his team’s mindset after winning the SEC East title.
Florida running back Kelvin Taylor meets with the media Monday after clinching the division title over the weekend.
Florida coach Jim McElwain meets with the media after “Special Treat Wednesday” and discusses UF’s No. 10 ranking in this year’s first College Football Playoff rankings.
Florida defensive line coach Chris Rumph meets with the media to discuss the Gators’ defense and his unit’s play against Georgia.
Florida running backs coach Tim Skipper discusses the run game, starter Kelvin Taylor and freshmen tailbacks Jordan Cronkrite and Jordan Scarlett.
Florida held its walk-on kicker tryout Wednesday for 77 students. UF coach Jim McElwain and his assistants will soon decide which lucky student will get to join the nation’s No. 13 team. A total of 216 signed up for the tryout this week after the Gators announced they’re in need of a kicker following the season-ending injury to Jorge Powell. After UF compliance reviewed the eligibility, credit hours and class schedules of the students, 77 made the cut for Wednesday’s… Read More »