Florida defensive line coach Bryant Young, a member of Will Muschamp's inaugural staff, resigned Wednesday afternoon citing personal reasons.
Florida defensive coordinator Dan Quinn is going back to the NFL -- and back to Seattle, too.
Florida has a lot of holes to fill on its 2013 depth chart. Michael DiRocco looks at a handful of players who could emerge as key contributors.
The top offseason priority for Florida's defense is finding a replacement for stalwart middle linebacker Jon Bostic. The role of leader in the middle could fall to Antonio Morrison.
With a litany of issues on offense, the Gators must see improvement from Jeff Driskel at the quarterback position. The receivers and offensive line will have to step up as well.
He hasn't played a down all season, but No. 3 QB Tyler Murphy has been critical in helping the Florida defense prepare for mobile quarterbacks -- like Louisville's Teddy Bridgewater.
Florida was minus-12 in turnover margin last season, giving up the ball 26 times and forcing only 14. Florida is plus-17 this season. That's a turnaround of 29 turnovers, and a huge reason why the Gators improved from 7-6 to 11-1.
With an opportunity to focus on the big picture of his development, rather than a weekly game plan, freshman Dante Fowler Jr. is making rapid strides in advance of the Allstate Sugar Bowl.
Florida offensive coordinator Brent Pease is happy to sit back and watch the coaching carousel as he's content with his position in Gainesville.
At some point, Florida Gators coach Will Muschamp is going to need to fill a spot on his staff and he's making sure he's prepared when that does happen.
A big reason why the No. 2 Gators are unbeaten is because their coaches are making all the right halftime adjustments, and the players go out and execute.
One of the key formulas for Florida's success is winning the turnover battle. The Gators are taking better care of the ball and forcing more turnovers than the last two years.
Catching and dropping. Sounds simple enough, but that's the key to Kyle Christy's improved punting.
Once a highly touted recruit who did little on the field, nose tackle Omar Hunter is finally tapping his vast potential in his senior season.
LSU coach Les Miles has called to fakes on special teams against Florida in the past two seasons, and both went for big plays
Florida's offensive line has shown sizable improvement thus far, especially in the running game, but the scope of that improvement will start to be tested against LSU on Saturday.