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Florida vs. LSU game postponed indefinitely due to Hurricane Matthew: What happens next?
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Florida vs. LSU game postponed indefinitely due to Hurricane Matthew: What happens next?

October 6, 2016 | By Adam Silverstein
Hurricane Matthew is ready to slam into the state of Florida, which has forced the postponement of the game between the No. 18 Florida Gators and LSU Tigers originally scheduled for Saturday...
Florida vs. LSU to remain in Gainesville but kickoff time up in the air
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Florida vs. LSU to remain in Gainesville but kickoff time up in the air

October 6, 2016 | By Adam Silverstein
Hurricane Matthew will be raining down on the state of Florida late this week, and the effects of the storm’s rainfall and high winds — floods, destroyed property, power outages, blocked roadways...
Injury news tips towards Florida as QB Del Rio, Gators defensive linemen likely to play
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Injury news tips towards Florida as QB Del Rio, Gators defensive linemen likely to play

October 6, 2016 | By Adam Silverstein
Everything seemed pretty dire for the Florida Gators on Monday when head football coach Jim McElwain, while going through his injury updates, wound up noting that five of the team’s seven defensive...
Gators to face Leonard Fournette with most of their defensive front injured or out
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Gators to face Leonard Fournette with most of their defensive front injured or out

October 3, 2016 | By Adam Silverstein
LSU star running back Leonard Fournette has dominated great Florida Gators defenses to the tune of 320 yards and four touchdowns over the last two seasons. So what is he going to...
Florida Gators vs. LSU Tigers set for a noon kickoff for the first time … ever
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Florida Gators vs. LSU Tigers set for a noon kickoff for the first time … ever

September 26, 2016 | By Adam Silverstein
It has become tradition that the annual showdown between the Florida Gators and LSU Tigers be played at night. Well, at least when it’s not chosen as the SEC Game of the...
Florida baseball falls short of 2016 SEC Tournament title, but Gators have bigger fish to fry
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Florida baseball falls short of 2016 SEC Tournament title, but Gators have bigger fish to fry

May 29, 2016 | By Adam Silverstein
For No. 1 Florida Gators baseball to drag itself all the way to the final game of the 2016 SEC Tournament after dropping its opening contest is certainly worthy of praise. But...
Florida Gators football’s 2019 schedule is loaded with legitimate rivalry games
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Florida Gators football’s 2019 schedule is loaded with legitimate rivalry games

May 11, 2016 | By Adam Silverstein
Nearly every college football program in the country has its fair share of rivalry games, usually two or three that fans particularly look forward to each year. The Florida Gators happen to...
Steve Spurrier explains why Georgia, LSU are the SEC’s best jobs
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Steve Spurrier explains why Georgia, LSU are the SEC’s best jobs

April 20, 2016 | By Adam Silverstein
Former Florida Gators head coach Steve Spurrier has coached in one-seventh of the Southeastern Conference (Florida, South Carolina), defeated every team in the league and was even once interviewed by another program...
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Fastbreak: Florida Gators basketball continues downward spiral in 96-91 loss at LSU

February 27, 2016 | By Adam Silverstein
Consider Florida Gators basketball officially out of the 2016 NCAA Tournament barring an unforeseen turnaround. The Gators fell 96-91 to the LSU Tigers on Saturday night in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, and the...
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Fastbreak: Two-faced Florida Gators fight for big 68-62 win over Ben Simmons-led LSU

January 9, 2016 | By Adam Silverstein
No one can truly put a finger on the 2015-16 Florida Gators basketball team. In one week, it dominated an SEC road opener against its rival, got blown out while giving little-to-no...
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