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Offering an abundance of breaking news, commentary, interviews and more Gators content, OnlyGators.com predominantly features full coverage of Florida football, basketball and recruiting for both sports … but the content does not stop there. Thirteen other Gators athletic programs exist and OnlyGators.com does its part to cover every single one while also keeping track of former Florida student-athletes currently playing professional sports in the United States and abroad.
If there is something in particular you would like to see at OnlyGators.com, feel free to contact us. Suggestions are welcomed and appreciated, as the goal here is to make OnlyGators.com the premier news portal for the Florida Gators.
A graduate of the University of Florida’s School of Journalism and Communications, Adam Silverstein began his professional writing career over a decade ago as owner and editor of Top Rope Newsletter, a daily online publication with over 50,000 subscribers. He has also been published in the South Florida Sun-Sentinel, Miami Herald and on GatorZone.com as a former intern of the program’s University Athletic Association.
Adam spent three years with the UAA and also worked or performed internships during college for ESPN, FOX Sports, SEC, College World Series, Women’s College World Series, Sun Sports and GatorVision.
Since opening OnlyGators.com, Adam has been featured on ESPNU and made appearances nationally on SiriusXM and Yahoo! Sports Radio; he has also been a guest on local radio stations across the country, including multiple ESPN Radio and CBS Sports Radio affiliates. OnlyGators.com has been sourced by nearly every major national news outlet including ESPN, CBS Sports, Yahoo! Sports, NBC Sports, Sports Illustrated, USA Today, Sporting News, AOL FanHouse and The Huffington Post.
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Michael Nash, graphic designer: Nash was born in Jacksonville, Florida, and moved to New Jersey as a youngster but never stopped having an interest in the Gators. Although he did not attend UF, passion for the school combined with his personal interest in graphic design led him to offer his services to OnlyGators.com. His graphics can also be found all across the site.
Shannon Snell, columnist: A three-year starter at guard for the Gators under head coaches Steve Spurrier and Ron Zook, Snell has provided his experienced take on the football team exclusively on OnlyGators.com since 2012. Snell played in 46 games over four season and started 36 contests during his time wearing orange and blue. He was named a First Team All-American by Sporting News in 2003 and spent two seasons in the NFL.
Former Staff and Contributors
Adam Allen: A four-year forward with Florida basketball under head coach Billy Donovan, Allen was a four-star recruit who was forced to retire due to multiple knee surgeries. No longer with the team, he joined OnlyGators.com as a basketball columnist in 2011-12 to provide his unique perspective on the team throughout the season in “Allen’s Alley.”
Teddy Foster: A five-year member of the Florida baseball team playing under head coaches Pat McMahon and Kevin O’Sullivan, Foster joined OnlyGators.com in 2012-13 as a baseball columnist who wrote “Teddy’s Catch.”
Josh Evans, Erik Murphy, Chandler Parsons, Jaylen Watkins and Patric Young: These five former Gators allowed OnlyGators.com to chronicle their unique journeys to the NFL and NBA drafts in our exclusive “Path to the Draft” series. This list includes four draft selections and three players on American professional rosters.
Danny Wuerffel: The 1996 winner of the Heisman Trophy (and five other prestigious awards) and a Gators national championship-winning quarterback, Wuerffel provided OnlyGators.com with his unique perspective on Florida football during the first five games of the 2010 season in his exclusive blog, “Wuerffel’s Words.”