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The Sunday Blog, Week Five: UF’s blitz bonanza

The Sunday Blog comes at you from the road again, this time at the Atlanta airport where it is not as much fun as I thought it would be watching the Ryder Cup. The safety blitz that finished off...

Dooley at the Half: UF at Mississippi State

Sun sports columnist Pat Dooley takes a look at the first half of Saturday night’s Florida-Mississippi State game: Florida’s offense had the bad combination of not being particularly effective and not getting many opportunities. Florida had only three possessions...

The Sunday Blog, Week Four: Pierce on loose

The Sunday Blog comes at you on an hour’s sleep on drive from the Jax Airport. Don’t worry, Robbie’s driving while I type. Once again, we saw Dameon Pierce break a long run late in the game Saturday night....

Dooley at the Half: Tennessee game

Gainesville Sun sports columnist Pat Dooley analyzes the first half of the Florida-Tennessee game tonight: Obviously, Florida was helped a lot by Tennessee’s ineptitude. But let’s not take away from the fact that the Gators did manage 204 yards...

UF roundup: Soccer team ends slide

Volleyball team opens SEC play today at O'Connell Center

Dooley at the Half: Game 3

Sun sports columnist Pat Dooley takes a look at the first half of the Florida-Colorado State game: * There were a good number of empty seats on the student side when the game started, but who could blame them? It...

The Sunday Blog, Week II: Snell punished Gators

The Sunday Blog comes at you after another late night of Pac-12 After Dark and trying to figure out how we were so badly fooled about Florida’s physical side. * I think I heard this right in a noisy press...

Dooley at the half: Kentucky vs. Florida

Sun sports columnist Pat Dooley takes a quick look at the first half of Saturday night’s Florida-Kentucky game. * I’m not sure I have seen a defense at Florida tackle as poorly as the Gators did and still only give...

Sunday Blog is Back: Review of Saturday’s action in college football

The Sunday Blog returns and I know you’re happy not because it’s back, but because football is back. I get that Florida wanted to play a lot of guys once it went up 38-0 at the half and I...

Dooley at the half

Florida 38, Charleston Southern 0 * The Gator running game was supposed to be a strength of this team, but the holes simply weren't there. In the first quarter, the UF running backs only ran for 23 yards on nine...

Updated: Gators in Transactions

Former UF standouts making their moves

Must-see TV for the first week

Plenty of good matchups.

Jordan says Gators OL is improved under Hevesy’s demanding ways

By Garry Smits, GateHouse Media Services Tyler Jordan, the Swiss Army knife of the University of Florida’s offensive line, has played under three offensive line coaches in his college career. The Jacksonville Bishop Kenny graduate has no problem labeling John Hevesy...

Former Gators freshman Watkins pleads not guilty to 4 charges

Florida freshman Justin Watkins, who announced his intention to leave the program Friday, entered a written plea of not guilty for two misdemeanor battery charges and two third degree felonies involving a female victim, according to Alachua County Court...

2020 Eastside QB Anthony Richardson talks FNL expectations, Florida and his recruitment

To say it’s been a busy summer for 2020 Eastside quarterback Anthony Richardson might be an understatement. The offseason has seen Richardson, a 6-foot-4 rising junior quarterback prospect from Eastside High in Gainesville, attend multiple Power 5 camps, including...

Newcomer Pinkins top paid UF assistant basketball coach

Florida associate coach Al Pinkins is set to make $315,000 for the 2018-19 season, while Florida assistant coaches Darris Nichols and Jordan Mincy both received significant raises as well. Pinkins, hired from Texas Tech to replace departed UF associate coach...
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Video: Swampcast from Day 4 of SEC Media Days

The Gainesville Sun's Pat Dooley and Robbie Andreu detail Day 3 at SEC Media Days in Atlanta.

Ranking the SEC coaches’ presentations

14 coaches from the nation's best league.

Robinson, Chiozza finish strong in NBA Summer League

Playing on the Washington Wizards summer league squad worked out well for both former Florida forward Devin Robinson and former Gator point guard Chris Chiozza. The 6-foot-9 Robinson was among the top scorers in NBA Summer League action in Las...

The first DB of DBU

The former All-American was at the bar at Ironwood Golf Course, spinning stories. Nearing 70, former Florida standout Steve Tannen can weave stories ranging from blocking a punt in the Gator Bowl to hanging out with Joe Namath to...