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John Brantley

The starting quarterback for the University of Florida Gators in 2010, the year after Tim Tebow graduated and entered the NFL.
The starting quarterback for the University of Florida Gators in 2010, the year after Tim Tebow graduated and entered the NFL. « Show less

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  • Gator Nation hopes Will Muschamp keep players off police blotter

     
    Figuring its never to soon to start thinking about the 2011 football season, I went on a scouting mission to War Memorial Auditorium in Fort Lauderdale to listen in on Florida coach Will Muschamp???s talk to the Broward Gators...
  • Game Week 1 of Year 11 is upon us: FAU at Florida

     
    Ah, Game Week 1 of Year 11 is upon us, and it just happens to be in 2011. That means the return of Digger, Howard Bobble Head Doll, the DT and all that other fun stuff. The game, well, it...

    FAU vs. Florida Gators: Cadillac Escalade vs.Chevy Avalanche?

     
    FAU is going through a situational scrimmage today, in underwear, so things will be quiet until Tuesday, when they put on pads again. But prep for the Gators will continue, as it has since the summer.. ???I watched film...

    Honesty now the policy for Howard Schnellenberger at FAU?

     
    I was wondering if there might be any change in The Voice now that he is beginning his 52nd and final season as a coach at age 77. Well, if Monday???s Sun Belt coaches conference call was any indication,...

    In post-Bortles era at UCF, look for O'Leary to go back to basics

    In post-Bortles era at UCF, look for O'Leary to go back to basics
    As he talks about his new play toy — big, fast, punishing and powerful running back William Stanback — you can almost see George O'Leary's mouth watering and his heart pounding. Stanback approached him during the offseason and told O'Leary...