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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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  • New UCF quarterback faces thankless task of replacing Blake Bortles

    New UCF quarterback faces thankless task of replacing Blake Bortles
    May the most highly rated quarterback win the job.
  • College football's 5 quarterbacks for 2014

    College football's 5 quarterbacks for 2014
      Florida State’s Jameis Winston headlines a talented class of college football quarterbacks to watch in 2014. The group includes players from the Big Ten, SEC, ACC, Big 12 and independents – all or some who could make an impact for their...

    Lake Nona heads to playoffs after win over East River

    Lake Nona heads to playoffs after win over East River
    This one was supposed to be for the record books. With Lake Nona (7-2), the No. 13 team in the Sentinel Super 16, headed for the playoffs and the season coming to an end for East River (1-8), the Lions wanted to get a big lead and rest their starters....

    Tyler Murphy isn't a miracle cure for Gators' bad offense after all

    Tyler Murphy isn't a miracle cure for Gators' bad offense after all
    BATON ROUGE, La. — Tyler Murphy or no Tyler Murphy, this is who the Florida Gators are. A pretty good SEC team. Nothing more, nothing less. They can beat the bad teams and play with the good teams. But they will never be mistaken for a great...

    If UF's Murphy had been 5-star recruit, he'd have been starting long ago

    If UF's Murphy had been 5-star recruit, he'd have been starting long ago
    Without fail, college coaches will tell you they don't pay attention to the recruiting rankings. They will tell you the depth chart is not determined by who is a five-star recruit and who is no-name recruit. They will tell you that the best player...