GAINESVILLE, Fla. -- Signing day is just around the corner and this will be the second-to-last weekend Florida can host official visitors.The Gators are planning on bringing in three official visitors and a few 2014 unofficial visitors.
Defending co-champions Florida and Oklahoma advanced to the NCAA women's gymnastics final.
The SEC's nonconference scheduling as a whole is falling behind the nonconference scheduling of schools in the other Power 5 conferences.
Here is a look at where things stand for Power 5 programs and quarterbacks in the 2016 class.
Paul Finebaum and ESPN's Marcus Spears discuss the tragedy of the Aaron Hernandez case.
Paul Finebaum and Mike Bianchi discuss Aaron Hernandez's impact on University of Florida.
National recruiting director Tom Luginbill and the ESPN scouts are reviewing tape for an upcoming ESPN 300 update. He joins Phil Murphy to discuss several players who should see their stock continue to rise during their season seasons.
Paul Finebaum talks with ESPN's Tony Barnhart about which SEC East team will dominate.
Paul Finebaum asks Chris Low which SEC teams will be successful and who will fill quarterback positions.
Outside of the January run up to national signing day, no other time sees more commitments than mid-April through the end of May. We look at big spring decisions and questions.
Florida announced on Tuesday that offensive lineman Roderick Johnson was retiring from football due to a rare spinal cord condition.
If Florida's offense is going show any signs of improvement, the receivers have to step up in 2015.
Gators offensive lineman Roderick Johnson is retiring from football due to a rare spinal cord condition.
Wednesday is a big day in the 2016 recruiting cycle. It's when ESPN Junior 300 QB Jarrett Guarantano announces his decision.
A closer look at things we did not learn from four SEC spring games, including Florida, Georgia, Ole Miss and South Carolina.
Four teams still searching for starters heading into fall practices.