After a two-year absence, Florida returned the land of college football's elite in 2012. It did so with what was possibly the least aesthetically pleasing style of play in the country.
Florida's 2012 defense was excellent. The 2013 version will be without Matt Elam, Sharrif Floyd, and Jelani Jenkins. Will that wreck Florida's national title chances?
Hines predicted the Gators would replicate their 2010 Sugar Bowl beatdown of Cincinnati this year vs. the Cardinals.
The Florida Gators offense kept their foot on the gas in the fourth quarter against the Florida State Seminoles and it paid off, big time.
Somehow, Florida still has an outside shot at the national title despite the fact that the Gators haven't played well in a month. Can the Gators survive a trip to Tallahassee? And which offense has...
Handing out week 9 awards footballing virtue and shame to the top 25, from Cajun misfortune to the luck of the Irish.
The Florida Gators were on upset alert for much of the afternoon before edging out the Missouri Tigers 14-7.
After their dismal performance against the Georgia Bulldogs last week, the Florida Gators offense exploded for two touchdowns against the vaunted Missouri Tigers defense.
The Gators did just enough to get the win over Mizzou, which is always better than not doing enough.
The Florida Gators finally got on the board and evened the score with the Missouri Tigers with a touchdown run by Omarius Hines.