There are two distinct sides to Florida's Mike Rosario. For the Gators to advance in the NCAA tournament, they'll need the good Mike to show up.
Depending on who comes, stays or goes, Florida could be one of the top contenders next season. Regardless, the Gators will have plenty of offense.
Florida is counting on its offensive line to make progress this fall. So far this spring, coach Will Muschamp says he is pleased with what he has seen.
In its search for playmakers on offense, Florida is giving the ball to converted RB Omarius Hines, and he's running with it.
Florida players say they had a hard time adjusting to a new defense in 2011. Now they're putting in the work in spring practice to create more turnovers.
Finding a starting quarterback is pretty high on Florida coach Will Muschamp's priority list, but finding some receivers who can make plays consistently isn't very far behind.
The state of Florida is loaded with high school coaches who played for the Gators, giving UF an advantage when going after big-time recruits at those schools.
Friday's matchup features No. 7 seed Florida, a team that loves to fire off 3-pointers, against No. 10 Virginia, a team known for slow-down defense.
The Florida Gators release their spring football depth chart as well as a list of injured players who won't participate.
Florida has a lot to accomplish in spring practice with new players, a new offensive coordinator and a big hole at starting quarterback.
Losing four of it last five games likely cost Florida a higher seed closer to home, so the Gators head to Omaha, Neb., as a No. 7 seed to face No. 10 Virginia.
With Lou Groza finalist Caleb Sturgis back as kicker, Florida will look to continue its recent tradition of strong special teams.
While Matt Elam is holding down the strong safety spot, one of the best battles this spring should be between Josh Evans and De'Ante Saunders at free safety.
Forcing turnovers will be emphasized in Florida's spring practice, especially among the cornerbacks, who intercepted just one pass last season.
Florida's linebackers were the strength of the defense in 2011, and there will be little change in the starting lineup in 2012.
Spring practice likely will be the last chance for some of UF's returning defensive linemen to prove they belong on the field or risk getting passed by newcomers.