Gators begin daunting stretch by hosting No. 4 Auburn

No. 4 Auburn (15-1, 3-1 SEC) vs. Florida (11-5, 3-1), O’Connell Center, 1:30 p.m. today, CBS, 103.7-FM After bouncing back from a double-digit loss, the Florida men’s basketball team will look to prevent Auburn from doing the same when the...

No. 2 Gator gymnasts win at No. 19 Missouri

COLUMBIA, Mo. - The No. 2 Florida gymnastics team opened 2020 road action with a 196.85-195.60 win Friday at No. 19 Missouri. “They fought hard, but we were too conservative from the get-go," UF coach Jenny Rowland said. "That is...

Looking to sign 29, Gators key in on final targets

Despite possessing the No. 7-ranked recruiting class by 247Sports, Florida’s not satisfied on the trail, as the following three weeks could factor greatly into the program’s ceiling in 2020.

Early enrollees to have an impact for Gators

 Ten true freshmen, almost half of Florida’s early signing class in December, are already on campus, attending classes, going through the offseason conditioning program and preparing for the start of spring football in March.  These 10 are getting an early...

Dooley Noted: Gators finish No. 6 in final AP poll; Guest Chris Doering, SEC...

Pat Dooley, the Gainesville Sun sports columnist, talks with Chris Doering, of the SEC Network, about the National Championship game and the Florida Gators potential next season. Other topics of the episode include NFL playoffs, coaches, AP voting, Gator basketball and of course Three Things

Gators ranked No. 6 in final AP poll

An 11-2 record and another New Year's Six bowl win helped Florida produce a No. 6 ranking in the final Associated Press college football poll released Tuesday morning. LSU finished No. 1 in the AP Top 25 for the third...

Dooley Noted: Championship Monday is coming: Guest, Barrett Sallee, CBS Sports

Pat Dooley, the Gainesville Sun sports columnist, talks with Barrett Sallee, football writer for CBS Sports, about the Gators football team. Other topics are the Final AP football poll, Grantham might leave, recruiting, new coaches and of course Three Things.

Dooley Noted: First Show of 2020: Guest Peter Burns, SEC Network

Pat Dooley, the Gainesville Sun sports columnist, talks with SEC Network's Peter Burns about the Florida Gators. Dooley also talks about the Gators Orange Bowl victory, bowl games, CFP, loss of friends and of course Three Things.

Gators seek to take next step toward a championship

 MIAMI GARDENS — Winning 10 games for the second consecutive season, and having played LSU toe-to-toe on the road, the feeling among the Florida Gators is they’re closing in on becoming a championship program.  “Next step is a championship,” senior...

Notebook: Gators not far from title run, Mullen says

Pulling in back-to-back top-10 college football recruiting classes, Dan Mullen and his staff have clearly strengthened the Florida roster. But has it reached the status of a championship roster? The question was posed to Mullen on Wednesday. “We're certainly getting there,”...

Dooley Noted: Final show of the year. Guest: Paul Finebaum, SEC Nation

Pat Dooley, the Gainesville Sun sports columnist, talks in this weeks episode of the Dooley Noted podcast with Paul Finebaum, of SEC Nation and The Paul Finebaum Show. Pat touches on topics like bowl season starting, Mullen and the Cowboys, alcohol at games, Joe Burrow winning the Heisman and of course Three Things.

Dooley Noted: Gators see Orange; Guest: Scott Rabalais of Baton Rouge Advocate

Pat Dooley, the Gainesville Sun sports columnist, talks in this week's episode of the Dooley Noted podcast about the Florida Gators being selected to play in the Orange Bowl, other bowl match-ups, the CFP, new coaches in the SEC and guest Scott Rabalais, sports columnist at the Baton Rouge Advocate, about the LSU Tigers ride this season.

SEC coaches vote Florida’s Henderson to first team

Florida junior cornerback CJ Henderson, who was nowhere to be found on the Associated Press All-SEC team released Monday, is on the first team of the coaches’ All-SEC team that came out Tuesday.  Henderson is one of three Gators on...

Florida’s Henderson to skip bowl, forgo senior season

 Florida's defense took a significant hit Friday. Not only did junior cornerback CJ Henderson announce on Twitter he’s forgoing his senior season to enter the NFL draft, he also revealed he is going to skip the Gators’ bowl game...

Dooley Noted: Gators end on high note; Conversation with ESPN’s Ryan McGee

Pat Dooley, The Gainesville Sun sports columnist, talks in this week's episode about the Florida Gators win over the FSU Seminoles. Dooley has Ryan McGee, ESPN Magazine senior writer, as a guest. Topics range from the ACC refs, penalties, the FSU coaching search, the great performance by the Florida receivers and, of course, Three Things.

Swampcast: Gators set for last-game challenge

Pat and Robbie talk about the Florida Gators playing their final game of the season against FSU.

Dooley Noted: Gators vs. Seminoles

Pat Dooley, the Gainesville Sun sport columnist, talks in this weeks episode of the Dooley Noted podcast about the Florida Gators upcoming game against the Florida State Seminoles. Pat's guest is Chris Doering, former Florida Gators and SEC Network analyst.

Gators defense embracing Grantham’s message: Stop Akers to stop FSU

As a collective, Florida State’s offense doesn’t match-up favorably with Florida’s No. 12-ranked defense.  Seminoles running back Cam Akers, however, has the full attention of the Gators.  Ranked the No. 59 all-time prospect by 247Sports, Akers hasn’t let FSU’s futility hinder...

Dooley Noted: Rivalry week is here

Pat Dooley, the Gainesville Sun sports columnist, talks in this episode of the Dooley Noted podcast about the weekend of college football and how he didn't leave the couch for hours, the upcoming rivalry week in college football, FSU hires, The swamp level and of course Three Things. Pat interviews Chris Harry, the senior writer at, about Gators basketball and other topics.

Notebook: FSU’s skill players have UF’s attention

 Florida State has some explosive playmakers on offense, led by wide receiver Tamorrion Terry and running back Cam Akers, and they have the full attention of Florida defensive coordinator Todd Grantham.  “They’re really talented,” Grantham said. “They’ve got a couple...