Welcome back to the national spotlight, Florida Gators.
Florida is ranked again. That will change after this weekend, but college football is better when traditional powers play well.
The Florida Gators get home-field advantage, and that is huge, but the Ole Miss Rebels are ranked as high as No. 3 for a reason.
Only one College Football Playoff contender will emerge from this top 25 showdown.
Just eight months after shredding his knee, Antonio Morrison is set to make his return to the field for Florida and once again lead the Gator defense.
After announcing he would transfer from USC, highly touted freshman QB Ricky Town could find a perfect landing spot at Florida.
Despite losing key players Dante Fowler Jr. and Matt Jones, the Gators' 2015 season looks bright. Here are five reasons why fans should be excited.
Adam Lane, projected No. 2 running back for Florida in 2015, has been granted his release to transfer closer to home.
The Gators may be chomping on themselves in 2015 with the condition of their offensive line.
As Everett Golson weighs his options moving forward, should Florida rise to the top of his list?