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Who steps forward for Gators at Tight End?

Three tight ends have led Florida in receiving since 2003 – Ben Troupe, Aaron Hernandez and Jordan Reed.

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Projecting Florida Gators to 2017 NFL Draft

Two more Gators went in the first round this year, making it four drafts in a row and nine of the past 10 that UF has had a first-rounder.

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Don't Focus on New Guys

I’ve been thinking about what it really means to rely on someone who is new. Most times, adding new blood is a good thing. It’s refreshing, it’s competitive, and it adds another dimension to the team (whether in sports or life). So, is it realistic for the Jaguars to rely on new guys to get the...

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Could Jags Trade Down and Pick Bulldog?

A well-placed NFL expert thinks the Jaguars could have their eye on a Georgia Bulldog.

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Gator fan shoots at LSU fans after argument

A Gator fan in Baton Rouge didn't take kindly to the ribbing he was taking from LSU fans.

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McElwain says Gators farther along than season ago

Jim McElwain comments on his quarterbacks, kicker, offensive line and who will step forward in a leadership capacity on this year's team.

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Best Family Restaurants in Jax

JaxRestaurantReviews.com (https://www.jaxrestaurantreviews.com) shares their picks of the best family restaurants in Jacksonville.

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A tour of JAXPORT's new $30 million rail terminal

April 11th marked the first rail cargo operations at JAXPORT’s newly completed $30 million Intermodal Container Transfer Facility (ICTF) at Dames Point. Prior to the start of the ICTF’s commercial operations, JAXPORT is partnering with numerous U.S. Army units, including the JAXPORT-based 832nd Transportation...

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McElwain not lowering expectations

Jim McElwain is coming of an SEC East title without a proven quarterback, but that hasn't lowered his expectations for what his Gators can achieve this fall.

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Versatility is the New Black

As we prepare for the draft and discuss these prospects, one common theme continues to be discussed–versatility. Is one player better than the other because they can play multiple positions? Is it no longer good enough to be the best at one position?

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