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Neil Shulman

  • joined Jan 13, 2013
  • last login Aug 27, 2014
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Neil has been writing about Gator football, basketball, baseball and recruiting since 2009.

He's been around the block; he started at Bleacher Report in December of 2009, and worked there for nearly a year, when he decided to team up with the FireSteveAddazio.com creator, Ryan Moyer. After Addazio left, FSA was no longer relevant, so Ryan built inallkindsofweather.com, and Neil served as Ryan's primary staff writer. In the spring of 2012, IAKOW was consumed by malware, so Ryan disbanded the site and Neil went back to Bleacher Report for a couple of months until he landed a job at Alligator Army, where he worked as a staff writer for a year. In November of 2013, Neil rebuilt IAKOW, where he currently serves as the site's admin and editor-in chief.

Neil is currently a sophomore at Muhlenberg College in Pennsylvania, where he studies business and plays for the school's tennis team.

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Previewing 2013: The Miami Game

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Florida's second opponent is a once annual rival that has slumped into the depths of mediocrity. But they're hoping to climb back out, and a win over a perennial powerhouse like Florida would be a...

Previewing 2013: The Toledo Game

17

We'll go game by game previewing the Gators' upcoming season. It starts with Toledo.

SEC East Projections: Florida at No. 1

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After the smoke clears in 2013, Florida may well be sitting at the top of the SEC East ... and the nation.

Projecting the SEC East: South Clownlina at No. 2

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South Carolina loses a lot on defense, and two major playmakers on offense. But the Gamecocks still have Jadeveon Clowney.

Projecting the SEC East: Georgia's D earns No. 3

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Georgia loses a lot of its 2012 defense. Does that mean the 2013 Dawgs will be unable to hold on to the SEC East?

Projecting the SEC East: Vandy at No. 4

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Could Vanderbilt really be in the top half of the SEC East again?

Projecting the SEC East: Vols take No. 5

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Tennessee has a new coach in Butch Jones. Will that help the Vols get back in the SEC East race? Probably not.

Projecting the SEC East: Missouri at No. 6

9

Florida had trouble with Missouri in 2012. But the Tigers may have more issues with the league in 2013, with a depleted version of their porous defense.

Gators take series from Gamecocks with Friday win

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The diamond Gators took the series from the Gamecocks on Friday night, and brightened their postseason outlook by doing so.

Previewing the SEC East: No. 7 Kentucky

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Kentucky's been the worst team in the SEC for quite some time. That should continue in 2013.

Gators 3, Gamecocks 2: Revenge and hope

4

The Gators defeated No. 8 South Carolina in baseball last night, which means their at-large NCAA Tournament hopes just got a little better.

The AA Review: Florida's season finale

3

The Gators' successful season came to a shocking end against Michigan. Adam and I go into why, and look ahead to next year.

Adam Allen's AA Review on NW State, Minnesota

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Adam and I share our thoughts on the Gators' NCAA Tournament run so far, and preview what's to come.

Can the Gators rediscover their magic?

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At the beginning of the year, Florida was blowing teams out left and right. As you may have heard, they've stopped doing that. But they need to do that again if they want to make a nice run in the...

Adam Allen recaps Vandy, Kentucky Games

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Adam Allen speaks with Alligator Army about his thoughts on the Vanderbilt and Kentucky games, and also gives a quick preview of the SEC Tournament.

What does the SEC Tournament mean to Florida?

6

The enigmatic Gators can go anywhere from winning the tournament to being a first round upset victim. The question is, how much is the Gators' SEC Tourney result going to matter?

Adam Allen's AA Review of UF-'Bama

2

Adam Allen helps recap Florida's win over Alabama game, recalls the championship he won two years ago by beating Alabama and previews the Vandy game in this edition of the AA Review.

Gators clinch share of SEC title

3

Bud Walton Arena was the site of a nightmare for Florida earlier this season, but when it proved to be too much for Kentucky on Saturday, the Gators benefited.

The AA Review: Adam Allen reviews Tennessee

15

Adam talks about the Tennessee game, the upcoming Alabama game, and the Gators' NCAA Tournament outlook.

The AA Review: Adam Allen on Florida-Arkansas

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Former Gator forward Adam Allen discusses Saturday's game against Arkansas, the upcoming game against Tennessee and the Gators' current NCAA Tournament standing.

Adam Allen recaps Florida-Missouri

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Former Florida forward Adam Allen breaks down Florida's meltdown at Missouri.

Interview: Adam Allen tells his story

3

Adam Allen is living, walking proof of why it is truly great to be a Florida Gator. This is his story.

Casey Prather: Florida's secret weapon?

5

Casey Prather put up some good numbers for Florida against Mississippi State. And after examining what he has done against better teams, it's hard to say it was a fluke.

Does recruiting foretell a Georgia decline?

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The loss of Georgia's long time recruiting director, Rodney Garner, is already proving to be a major issue for Mark Richt and Georgia. And nobody benefits from this more than Florida.

Gators receive LOI from all but one player

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The Gators received letters of intent from every single recruit but Jay-nard Bostwick. On the flip side, Georgia is taking a beating in the home stretch of the 2013 recruiting class marathon.

Nkemdiche, Tunsil to Ole Miss

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Elsewhere on National Signing Day, a bunch of five-star prospects Florida was never getting decided not to go to Florida.

Gators 78, Rebels 64: Not enough Marshalled

19

Mississippi presented a slightly tougher test than usual, but once again, the Florida Gators got the job done, and improved to 8-0 in the SEC.

FanPost
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Michael Frazier Emerges As Yet Another Explosive Player, Lost In Blowout

With the Gators' starting five getting most of the love, freshman reserve Michael Frazier chipped in what might have been his best effort as a Gator, or at least one of them. The best part: nobody...

FanPost
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Is Erik Murphy Florida's best player?

Florida's got a lot of good players. But none are quite as versatile as Erik Murphy.

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Gators Prove Their Legitimacy By Taking Well Earned Bite Out of Dawgs

Patric Young watched Scotty Wilbekin drive for a layup, then stared in horror as the easiest shot in basketball caromed off the rim. He got over his shock quickly enough to grab the ball and slam...

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