Here’s what Florida head football coach Billy Napier had to say during Wednesday’s appearance at SEC Media Days in Atlanta.
Tight end Nick Elksnis’ early journey as a Florida Gator has been unconventional, to say the least. As a true freshman, Elksnis saw early playing time under former head coach Dan Mullen, but it was mostly on special teams. By the fourth game of the season, he had...
There’s something about those Texas quarterbacks. First, it was Kyle Trask, and now Jalen Kitna with the stick-it-out approach. Our Redshirt Report Series leads off with a closer look at the Florida Gators’ freshman signal-caller.
Inside the Gators has The Inside Scoop on Florida's offseason workouts, the four players who left the program last week, and more. Speaking with a source close to the team, here are some of the tidbits they shared.
A lingering hamstring injury kept former five-star Kamari Wilson sidelined most of the spring, but it doesn’t mean that it was a wasted opportunity. Instead of taking part on the field, he spent the spring taking mental reps and learning three positions while observing the action.
Florida’s new strength and conditioning staff has already helped pack 10-pounds of muscle on true freshman early enrollee defensive back Devin Moore – putting him in position to see action in the secondary this coming season.
This marks the eleventh off-season in which Inside the Gators has interviewed an anonymous player in order for him to take us behind the scenes and share his thoughts on an array of topics regarding Florida Gators football.
Early Entry Review: McClellan has completely bought in Mike Peterson: Mentor, Gator Great and the Hometown Hero Five-star set to release finalists Ready to trim his list, five-star knows of three finalists Relationship with Spencer has Florida in good shape with...
Getting to Know: Defensive Line Signee Chris McClellan Mike Peterson: Mentor, Gator Great and the Hometown Hero Five-star set to release finalists Ready to trim his list, five-star knows of three finalists Relationship with Spencer has Florida in good shape with...
In the 1990s, Mike Peterson was simply known as ‘Mike Pete.’ He was a member of Florida’s defense for multiple years including the Gators’ first-ever National Championship win and two of their four consecutive conference titles. Now, he is back in Gainesville as ‘Coach Peterson.’