Swampcast: Florida vs. Miami

Pat Dooley and Robbie Andreu talk Florida Gators against Miami.

Dooley Noted: Biggest opening game in UF history

Pat Dooley talks Gators football in this edition of the Dooley Noted podcast. Pat talks about this being the biggest opening game in UF history, nerves for the fans, the other games this weekend and of course Three Things. Guest Lee McGriff, the former Florida wide receiver and radio analyst, is the guest today.

Gators expect much improved offensive line against Hurricanes

By now, with a little more than 24 hours remaining until the Florida Gators open the 2019 college football season in Orlando against Miami, the positive and negative attributes of UF and the opposition have been well-documented. For the Hurricanes,...

Dooley: For openers, this one vs. Miami holds a lot of weight

I promise, they are going to play a game Saturday night. At 7-and-change p.m., toe will meet leather and we can talk about actual football plays. The GameDay boys will have poured through all 55 games in the history of...

UF notebook: Injury to defensive lineman

It appears Florida’s defensive line could have only five healthy scholarship tackles available for Saturday’s opener against Miami. Junior Elijah Conliffe, a backup, indicated on Instagram on Wednesday that he is going to miss the season with an unspecified injury....

Dooley Noted: Game week is go, go, go.

In this weeks first episode Pat talks about the game week atmosphere surrounding the Florida Miami game, thing the Gators need to do to win the game and the season, the weirdness of the UF UM series, and an interview with AP college football writer Ralph Russo.

Dooley Noted: It’s almost game week, fans.

Pat Dooley comes at you with another Dooley Noted Podcast. This week Pat talks about the news in college football, annoying things in college football, and of course Three Things. With special guests Shayne Edge, former Florida punter, and Chris Low, of ESPN.

After injuries stalled his debut season, expect big things from Copeland, UF teammates say

In a talented and crowded wide receiver room, Copeland has managed to stand out during preseason camp.

Position breakdown: Florida defensive line has what it takes to be elite in SEC

We break down the 2019 Florida football team by position group. This week, a look at the defensive line. The upside Deep, athletic and proven, Florida’s defensive front has a chance to be among the elite in the SEC, a line...

Florida dismisses troubled defensive back Huggins

Florida defensive back John Huggins, one of the team’s breakout players in spring camp, has been dismissed from the program.  The Deltona native has missed all of preseason camp while dealing with what the Gators described as a “family issue.”  Yet...

Dooley Noted: Early season outlook for the Florida Gators

Pat talks about the Miami game and much more and interviews Dave Hyde with the South Florida Sun Sentinel and George Schroeder with USA Today.

Position breakdown: How offensive line performs holds a key to Florida’s season

We break down the 2019 Florida football team by position group. This week a look at the offensive line. The upside The strength of the front is up the middle, where the line’s two most experienced players reside — senior center...

Dooley Noted: Florida football season can’t get here fast enough

Pat looks forward to the college football season, looks at preseason rankings and discusses the five most interesting college football teams.

UF notebook: Perine a result of Mullen’s player development

During his tenure at Mississippi State, Dan Mullen became known for his ability to identify talent and then develop it. Lamical Perine has turned out to be another example. A three-star prospect out of Mobile, Ala., Perine’s first scholarship offer came...

Dooley Noted: Getting ready for SEC Media Days

Pat looks at Florida's football program heading into SEC Media Days and interviews Peter Burns of the SEC Network.

Money is too good for Florida-Georgia game to leave Jacksonville

By Gene Frenette, GateHouse Florida JACKSONVILLE -- Many college football traditions have gone by the wayside, some of it due to conference realignment and others lost to plain, old-fashioned greed or negligence. Just don’t expect the Florida-Georgia game to fall into...

Former UF standout helps put Jamaican soccer on map

Despite dreary weather outside late Tuesday afternoon, there was plenty of warm greetings inside Swamp Head Brewery in celebration of former Gator and Buchholz Bobcat Havana Solaun, who scored Jamaica’s first World Cup goal June 18 in France. The midfielder...

Dooley: Finally, a senior leader-to-be on UF roster

Mike White couldn’t discuss his new star basketball player during Thursday’s SEC Summer Teleconference with the few hacks not on vacation this week. Paperwork and all, you know. Still, the decision by Kerry Blackshear to finish his career at Florida continued...

Beal receives Community Assist honor at NBA Awards show

SANTA MONICA, Calif.  — Bradley Beal of the Washington Wizards received the NBA Cares Community Assist honor at Monday night's league awards show. Chosen by fans and an NBA executive panel, the seasonlong award honors a player’s commitment to positively...
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Dooley: There’s Saban, then there’s everybody else in ranking SEC coaches

It was 2006 when coach Rich Brooks stepped to the podium at SEC Media Days wearing a sly grin. And then he cracked us all up by leaning into the mike to say, “I’m baaaack.” It was a surprise Brooks...