September 25, 2017
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Florida Gators Name Feleipe Franks Starting QB Ahead Of Season Opener

Florida Gators redshirt freshman quarterback Feleipe Franks has earned the starting role ahead of Saturday’s showdown with the Michigan Wolverines, head coach Jim McElwain announced Wednesday. Feleipe Franks will become the first redshirt freshman to start a season opener at QB for the #Gators since Kerwin Bell in 1984. #GoGators …

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Florida Gators HC Jim McElwain Receives Contract Extension, Raise

The University of Florida rewarded head football coach Jim McElwain with a new six-year, $26.9 million contract that will keep him in Gainesville through the 2022 season, the school announced Friday. McElwain’s new deal is essentially a one-year extension that includes a raise in his annual salary. The university also …

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Florida CB Jalen ‘Teez’ Tabor To Enter 2017 NFL Draft

Florida Gators All-American cornerback Jalen “Teez” Tabor announced Thursday that he would be entering the 2017 NFL Draft and forgoing his senior season in Gainesville. “I write to you today to say that I’m ready to begin the next chapter in my life,” Tabor wrote in a letter, via The …

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LSU-Florida Rescheduled For Nov. 19 At Tiger Stadium

LSU and Florida have finally reached an agreement on a rescheduled date for their game that was postponed this past Saturday due to Hurricane Matthew. LSU will host the Florida Gators at Tiger Stadium in Baton Rouge on Nov. 19, SEC Commissioner Greg Sankey announced Thursday. “It was important for us …

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Hurricane Matthew Forces SEC To Postpone Florida-LSU Game

The Southeastern Conference announced Thursday that they have decided to postpone Saturday’s Florida-LSU football game in Gainesville due to Hurricane Matthew. “We had a very productive phone call today with a great spirit of cooperation between the universities’ presidents and athletics directors and it became clear that the University of …

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