Viewer's guide to the Florida Gators' Orange & Blue spring practice.
Heading into the Gators' spring game, downgraded to a practice after so many injuries on the OL, coach Will Muschamp and OC Brent Pease have more questions than answers among the receiving corps.
To understand why Florida's on-field production has declined since it's national-title season in 2008, one need look only at its performance in recruiting.
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.
The third-ranked Florida Gators didn't just get beat by Louisville in the Sugar Bowl on Wednesday. They got embarrassed, and it raises questions about their vaunted defense.
Florida sophomore quarterback Jeff Driskel has shown steady improvement in 2012. Now he and the Gators are hoping he is ready to take a big step forward in the Allstate Sugar Bowl and into 2013.
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 coach Will Muschamp is putting his receivers on notice -- impress new position coach Joker Phillips by the end of the bowl game or be left behind on the depth chart.
The five most surprising performers for the Florida Gators in 2012, a quintet that played much better than last season or exceeded expectations.
Ten things fans should know about the AllState Sugar Bowl matchup between Florida and Louisville.
The Florida Gators finished No. 3 in the BCS and are ticketed for the Sugar Bowl, and you won't hear coach Will Muschamp complaining or politicking for anything different.
Matt Jones' performance late in the season, along with the arrival of Kelvin Taylor and Adam Lane, has Florida's running backs looking good in the future.
Will Muschamp has brought Florida back into national relevance, but what he hasn't brought is a win over Georgia or Florida State. He gets his second shot at the Seminoles this weekend.
Imagine how good Gators leading receiver Jordan Reed could be when he finally completes the transition from quarterback to tight end.
Against Louisiana-Lafayette, Florida is planning to go up-tempo in another attempt to jump-start its offense.