Florida has a long legacy of father-son legacies. Kelvin Taylor, son of all-time great Fred Taylor and Marcell Harris, son of former reserve Mike Harris are the latest.
Even though Florida is in first place in the SEC Eastern Division, the Gators know it's still a long road to Atlanta
It's already been a long and windy road for Jeff Driskel, the nation's No. 1 QB prospect in 2010, to get to his first start for the Florida Gators.
There was no bigger brand in college football than Tim Tebow. This is now the third year since he departed and the Gators are still looking for someone -- anyone, on either side of the ball -- to at least start to fill the void he left.
Florida is likely to have just two prospects -- defensive tackle Jaye Howard and running back Chris Rainey -- selected in the NFL draft.
GatorNation breaks down one position a day heading into spring practice. At quarterback, the battle lines are clearly drawn between sophomores Jacoby Brissett and Jeff Driskel.
GatorNation's Michael DiRocco breaks down the draft-ability of the Gators' NFL prospects.
Florida players love quarterback John Brantley for his attitude and perseverence. They say they want to help him end his UF career on a high note with a win in Monday's Gator Bowl.
Florida's offense had a stunning lack of big plays in 2011, even fewer than in the 2010 season, which was also a disappointment on offense.
There was no shortage of candidates in choosing players who fell short of expectations for the 2011 Gators. Here are five who did little.
Quarterback John Brantley and linebacker Darrin Kitchens were among the Florida players to leave Saturday's game with injuries.
Injuries and poor performances have resulted in Charlie Weis' offense being worse than Florida's offense last year.
In Mike DiRocco's Sunday Night Quarterback he looks at how quietly the career of Florida quarterback John Brantley came and went.
In Mike DiRocco's Sunday Night Quarterback he examines John Brantley's career day and worries about the offensive line against FSU.
It was a miserable season for Florida quarterbacks, but the Gators should benefit from having played freshmen Jacoby Brissett and Jeff Driskel.
The easiest target for fan angst is always the quarterback, and John Brantley has been wearing a bull's eye since the day Tim Tebow threw his final pass.