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Florida Gators Football 2015 News and Updates
6/23/15 - The Florida Gators football program is one of the best in the country and they are working hand over fist to get the recruits they need to have a perfect team this season and many more to come. In the past, the Gators have suffered from some serious injuries that have hurt the team and their record, but they are doing everything they can to raise up their numbers for back up. The Gators have signed on seven new offensive linemen, two of which are highly ranked upperclassman. Even though the Gators are currently in a better position than they were a couple of months ago, it doesn’t excuse the fact that their offensive line is young and inexperienced. See what they can pull together this season. Tickets are available for all of the upcoming games.
5/26/15 - While the current Florida Gators football team is in summer training mode, the coaches are continuing to recruit players. One area on which the Gators need to work is their offensive line. This week, Florida has received a commitment from JUCO prospect Branton Autry from Coffeyville Community College. He is rated as a four-star player by 247Sports and a three-star one by the 247Sports Composite. Joining him will be another JUCO commit Mack Thompson, and they are two of 12 commits for the 2016 recruiting cycle. Even though these new recruits won't help much in the 2015 season, they still will play an important role in the coming years. Tickets for the 2015 season are on sale now, with prices for the season opener against New Mexico State on September 5 starting at $32.
10/28/14 - The game between the Florida Gators football team and the Georgia Bulldogs last Saturday was a memorable one. Mike McNeely, a fifth-year senior wide receiver, was the hero of the game. Although Georgia was Florida’s biggest SEC rival and had managed to score the first touchdown, Florida came back with a vengeance. In the second quarter, McNeely pulled a fake field goal play and ran untouched for 21 yards, tying the game 7-7 with a touchdown. This play not only provided the momentum Florida needed to win the game 38-20, but also pulled the No. 9 spot in Saturday’s “SportsCenter” top 10 plays. McNeely hopes that the glory of the victory will help relieve the criticism and pressure that head coach Will Muschamp has been facing, and hopefully save his job. You can score tickets to the next exciting game on Saturday, November 8 at Vanderbilt Stadium, starting at only $36.
9/17/14 - At this early point in the season, the Florida Gators are 2-0 and flawless at home. After postponing their first game against Idaho, fans were treated to a 65-0 pummeling of Eastern Michigan in Week 2, followed by a nail-biting matchup against Kentucky in Week 3 (final: 36-30). Their No.1 position in the SEC East Division will be contested when Florida faces their toughest opponent yet, the Crimson Tide, in Alabama on Saturday (9/20). Score Florida Gators tickets at Alabama Crimson Tide for a minimum of $81 and rock the Orange and Blue on the road!
8/6/14 – The 2014 Florida Gators Football season is officially here. Players suited up on Sunday for the first fall practice of the year, looking to put on their pads and kick it into high gear in anticipation of their Week 1 matchup. The Gators will open their season slate in less than four weeks, with an Aug. 30 bout opposite Idaho. Be in the stands with Florida Gators Football tickets and watch this team rebound in a quick turnaround from last season’s 4-8 record—they’ll have to start things off with a big W against the Vandals, as their 2014 schedule increases in difficulty from then on. Get into the Gators first game of the season for as little as $21 in the Lower Level.
7/20/14 – If you’re looking to bury the Florida Gators’ disappointing 2013 football season, the team is with you. After a short break from spring practices, the group returned to campus and, with shovels in hand, literally buried thoughts, goals and plans from last year in the dirt. The players and coaches will use last season's injury-ravaged, 8-loss effort as fuel for motivation. The team is now starting fresh, with the return of QB Jess Driskel, so buy your Florida Gators tickets and see this program uncover something great in 2014!
6/25/14 – After an unfortunate 2013 season that saw the Florida Gators offense plummet on coordinator Brent Pease’s watch, the club is looking towards his replacement Kurt Roper in this crucial bounce-back year. Roper is the protégé to quarterback expert David Cutcliffe, who reinvigorated play at Tennessee, Ole Miss and Duke, with Roper on-hand all the while. Last year the Gators racked up the lowest-ranked scoring offense in the SEC. Assuming some Cutcliffe magic rubbed off on Roper, expect incredible improvement for the Gators in 2014. What’s more, Florida has their quarterback back, with Jeff Driskel returned from a broken leg suffered in the third game of last season. Score Florida Gators tickets now and see this revamped team get to work on the gridiron this summer!
6/13/14 – The Florida Gators are experiencing some turnovers in the receiving department. Coach Joker Phillips has resigned and will be replaced by former record-setting Gators quarterback Chris Leak, who returned to his alma mater as an offensive graduate assistant. The new wideout coach will preside over a number of youngsters, led by Quinton Dunbar and sophomore Ahmad Fulwood. Other than Florida’s receiving corps, the Gators have seven starters returning on either side of the ball, with a few more spots up for grabs on offense. Buy Florida Gators tickets and see if this experienced team can amp it up on their scoring side with some new starters!
6/4/14 – By far the most expensive game on the Florida Gators schedule (vs. Georgia) also has the highest stakes. Coach Muschamp has yet to beat his alma mater, losing three straight to the Bulldogs after winning 18 or 21 from 1990-2010. Florida vs. Georgia football tickets are averaging $492 for the November 1 matchup in Jacksonville. The Gators intimidating schedule also features nonconference opponent Florida State on the road, LSU, Missouri, and South Carolina at home, and Alabama and Tennessee away. Grab your Florida Gators tickets today and support the team as they chomp away at the chance for a postseason trip to Atlanta to play in the SEC Championship game.
5/20/14 – The SEC conference unveiled it’s 12-year football rotation today and it was announced that Florida and Auburn will not play for another four years! The Gators will travel to Alabama this year, host Ole Miss in 2015, go to Arkansas in 2016, take on Texas A&M at home in 2017, play at Mississippi State in 2018 and then take on Auburn at Ben Hill Griffin Stadium in 2019. Of course, the Florida Gators football schedule will always feature their six SEC East opponents – Missouri, South Carolina, Georgia, Vanderbilt, Tennessee, and Kentucky. Of those teams the Gators will welcome Missouri (avg. $163) and South Carolina (avg. $236) this year in Gainesville and “host” Georgia at EverBank Field in Jacksonville. Florida Gators tickets for the event that includes the World’s Largest Outdoor Cocktail Party are avg. $499, by far the most expensive game on the schedule this year.
4/21/14 - Coming off the most trying year of his career, Florida Gators head coach Will Muschamp is optimistic about his 2014 squad, particularly his offense. Starting QB Jeff Driskel is healthy and has been working diligently with new offensive coordinator Kurt Roper (Duke). Combined with a veteran line and a deep group of receivers, the Florida Gators will look to get back to their up-tempo ways! Fans will be treated to high-scoring affairs this season at Ben Hill Griffin Stadium, with games against Idaho (get-in $47), Eastern Michigan (get-in $47), Kentucky (get-in $60), LSU (get-in $136), Missouri (get-in $95), Georgia (get-in $174), South Carolina (get-in $106), and Eastern Kentucky (get-in $40) on the Florida Gators schedule.
2/4/14 - With National Signing Day coming up, the Florida Gators have their hopes set high on three five-star recruits and a four-star QB Treon Harris. After finishing 4-8 (3-5 SEC), the Gators failed to become bowl eligible for the first time in 13 years and realized a losing record for the first time since the 70s. The Gators will lose underclassmen DT Dominic Easley, CB Loucheix Purifoy, CB Marcus Roberson and LB Ronald Powell to the NFL Draft, as well as seniors, Caleb Sturgis (No.1 kicker), Lerentee McCray, (No.7 DT) Sharrif Floyd, (No.2 safety) Matt Elam, (No.4 TE) and more. Florida finished 8th nationally in defense, so it will primarily be their offense they’re trying to rebuild this offseason. Keep up with the Gators and see which prospects they land after National Signing Day!
2013 was a season that Florida Gators fans would like to forget…but hopefully 2014 will be much better. The four wins collected by the Gators in 2013 were the fewest wins by a Florida team since way back in 1979, when the team was winless, and the first time the Gators did not appear in a bowl since 1986. However, head coach Will Muschamp has his boys optimistic for their chances in the always-tough Southeastern Conference. In addition to the SEC schedule, Florida also has their out-of-conference rivalry with Florida State, this time heading to Tallahassee for the matchup with the final BCS champs.
11/1/13 – Unfortunately for Florida, the Gators saw their starting QB Jeff Driskel go down with a season-ending injury in their third game of year. The usually dominant Gator football program, has fallen to both ranked opponents on their schedule thus far, most recently #14 Missouri. The offensive line that was supposed to be restored this season, gave up 10 sacks in Florida’s last two games; now 17 on the year, the Gators are tied for fifteenth most in the country. On the upside, RB Kevin Taylor has emerged as one of the best playmakers among the struggling offense. Carrying the ball 22 times for 126 yards combined in the last two games, Taylor has proved he can be relied on and should be given more touches moving forward. In one of the greatest college football rivalry games, Florida welcomes the Georgia Bulldogs Saturday to EverBank Field where Florida vs. Georgia tickets start at $75. A win against the Bulldogs (also 3-2 in Conference) would put the Gators right back in the mix of things.
The Gators football team exceeded expectations last season, despite a Sugar Bowl defeat against Louisville. Florida finished the regular season with only one loss, and narrowly missed a chance to play in the BCS Championship. The Gators will look this season to take the next step with a Top 5 incoming recruiting class and many returning starters. Average price for Florida Gators football tickets is $164, twelfth highest in the NCAA and fifth highest in the SEC. Coach Will Muschamp’s team has a strong chance to challenge for both the SEC and National Titles especially with a relatively soft Southeastern Conference schedule that lacks Alabama Crimson Tide Football, Georgia Bulldogs Football, and Texas A&M Aggies Football.
Florida's football season opens on 8/31 against Mid-American conference opponent Toledo, and Gators football tickets are averaging $97. The most expensive game in Gainesville on the 2013 Florida Gators football schedule comes on 9/21 against Tennessee Volunteers Football, with an average Tennessee vs. Florida tickets price of $230. The 10/12 game in Death Valley against LSU Tigers Football has an average LSU vs. Florida tickets price of $378. UF fans will find many cheap Gators football tickets in 2013. With an average price of $91, the least expensive game at Ben Hill Griffin Stadium comes on 11/23 against Georgia Southern. To close the season, the Gators play an in-state rivalry game against Florida State Seminoles Football, averaging $339. Last year, Florida dealt the Seminoles one of their only two losses. The Gators also take on in-state foe Miami Hurricanes Football on the road. Miami vs. Florida football tickets for the 9/7 game at Sun Life stadium are averaging $197.