Florida football enters final week of spring camp, more commits & March Madness
Gators Breakdown host David Waters takes a look at the second spring scrimmage and how the Florida defense is trending up going into the final week of spring camp. 🌟 Defense shines again in 2nd spring scrimmageFor the second scrimmage in a row, Florida’s defense came away as the most impressive side of the ball. Hawkins also drew offers from the likes of Alabama, Georgia, Miami, Florida State and Texas, just to name a few. 📝 Notes from media availabilityThere was also media availability with linebacker Amari Burney and running backs Malik Davis and Nay’Quan Wright this week. He said: “Exciting.”AdDavis also had praise for the Florida defense.
Gators Breakdown: First spring scrimmage news and notes
After a historically bad defense in 2020, this spring hopes to be the first step in Florida gaining back some confidence on that side of the ball. Well, it’s off to a good start as the Gators’ defense got the best of the offense in the team’s first spring scrimmageSubscribe to our brand new Gators Football newsletter “Chomp”. Subscribe here. David Waters is joined by Will Miles as the pair review all the news and notes coming out of the scrimmage and if there’s any cause for concern for the Florida offense. Get Gators Breakdown merchandise at Gators Breakdown (teespring.com)LISTEN: Catch up on previous episodes of Gators BreakdownFollow David Waters on Twitter @GatorDave_SEC to stay plugged in, or click one of the following to tune in:AdMegaphone | Apple Podcasts | YouTube | Google Podcasts | Stitcher
Gators Breakdown: Spring practice Q & A
The Gators are approaching the halfway point of 2021 spring practice and that means it’s time to take your questions! Subscribe to our brand new Gators Football newsletter “Chomp”. Subscribe here. David Waters is joined by Will Miles as the two answer questions including:How will Dan Mullen use multiple quarterbacks? and moreGet Gators Breakdown merchandise at https://www.ebay.com/str/gatorsbreakdownLISTEN: Catch up on previous episodes of Gators BreakdownFollow David Waters on Twitter @GatorDave_SEC to stay plugged in, or click one of the following to tune in:Megaphone | Apple Podcasts | YouTube | Google Podcasts | Stitcher
No. 5 Florida counting on early help from several newcomers
This much is clear: Florida will rely on a number of newcomers — some transfers, some freshmen — as it tries to dethrone rival Georgia in the Southeastern Conference’s East Division. The NCAA denied his waiver request to play right away, so he ended up sitting out last season under transfer rules. “He hasn’t played in live game situations or live football situations where people are coming, running at you to try to block the kick,” Mullen said. Dexter visited only one school — Florida — before signing day. DEREK WINGOAfter losing leading tackler David Reese, who led the team with 94 stops last season, the Gators have concerns at linebacker.