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Florida Football 3-2-1: Defensive Line Spring Preview
2 mo ago by Ethan Hughes
With spring practices only a couple of weeks away, it’s time to start previewing what the 2020 Gators might look like position-by-position. Up today is the defensive line. Here are three observations, two questions and one prediction about the group entering the spring.
Defensive Replacements: How the Gators will fill starting roles
3 mo ago by Ethan Hughes
Inside the Gators takes a closer look a the nine starters departing Florida and ranks them from easiest to hardest to replace based on not only how they played, but factoring in who is in-line to replace them.
Former Florida Player Feedback: 10 Observations
Former Florida defensive end Johnie Church (1992-1995) shares 10 observations on Florida football after the Gators close out an 11-2 season and looks forward to the 2020 season.
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Analysis: Breaking down the defensive two-deep depth chart
9 mo ago by Ethan Hughes
Today Inside the Gators takes a closer look at Florida’s defensive two-deep depth chart with just two weeks remaining until the season opener against Miami.
Former Player Feedback: Loaded along the line
10 mo ago by Ethan Hughes
In part six of our Inside the Gators F-Club positional previews, former Florida defensive end Tim Beauchamp takes a closer look at what the Gators' return at his former position.
Defense: Grading the two-deep depth chart
1 yr ago by Kassidy Hill
Today Inside the Gators takes a closer look at Florida’s defensive two-deep depth chart and assigns a grade to each player based on how they looked during the Gators' 15 spring practices.
Defense: Grading the two-deep depth chart
1 yr ago by Kassidy Hill
Today Inside the Gators takes a closer look at Florida’s defensive two-deep depth chart with just under two weeks of spring ball remaining.
Photo Gallery: Florida 3/23 Football Practice
Here are photos from Inside the Gators to take you inside the fences for Saturday's Florida spring football practice.
Instant Analysis: Observations and top five from Gators Saturday practice
1 yr ago by Kassidy Hill
Check out our observations and top five from the Gators full pad practice as the defense stepped up.
Florida Defensive Line Spring Preview: Last chance for some veterans
1 yr ago by Kassidy Hill
Florida kicks off spring practice on March 12. In anticipation, Inside the Gators takes a look at every position; who’s returning, what needs to be proven and more. Up next is the defensive line.
Key to the second half of the season: Defense eliminating explosive plays
1 yr ago by Kassidy Hill
If there is an area where the 6-1 Florida Gators have struggled defensively this season it is in permitting the opposing offense to make explosive plays.
The bye week blueprint
1 yr ago by Kassidy Hill
After the grind of fall camp combined with seven straight game weeks, Florida finally gets to the bye week in their football schedule.
Avengers Assemble
1 yr ago by Kassidy Hill
Dan Mullen is calling on his group of remarkable athletes to see if they can become something more. To see if the whole can become greater than the sum of its parts.
Double, double toil and trouble
1 yr ago by Kassidy Hill
The interior defensive linemen for Florida serve one main purpose - they demand the attention of two opposing players on each and every play.
Spring Review: Defensive line potentially a game changing group
2 yr ago by Kassidy Hill
There are one of two possibilities coming out of spring football - Florida has one of the best defensive lines in the southeast, or the Gators have one of the worst offensive lines in recent memory. It is probably a some of each, but leaning more toward the defensive line being something special.
Spring Rewind: Defensive player grades
2 yr ago by Kassidy Hill
Now that Florida spring football is in the books, Inside the Gators goes back position-by-position and assigns a grade to each and every defensive player.
Sunseri impressed with a couple defensive linemen
2 yr ago by Kassidy Hill
From coaching at both the collegiate and pro level, Florida defensive line coach Sal Sunseri has seen it all. Making it all the more impressive when players such as Antonneous Clayton impress him.
 
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