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2018 Schedule
5th in SEC - East
Mullen searching for consistency at Florida (1:29)
Mullen: 'There's pressure on me to score points' (3:44)
SEC Media Days: Best of Tuesday (3:08)
Players in the SEC you need to know (2:20)
Coaches helping strengthen the conference (2:20)
Tebow loves the positive approach by Mullen (7:27)
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Gators to induct Tebow into ring of honor

Former quarterback Tim Tebow, who led Florida to two national titles, will become just the sixth player to be inducted into the ring of honor at Ben Hill Griffin Stadium.

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19dPhil Steele

The teams that could make a surprise CFP run

Everyone knows Alabama and Clemson will be in the playoff mix. But what other teams could make a surprise run toward a title? It starts with Notre Dame.

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41dAdam Rittenberg

West Virginia DL Shuler transfers to Florida

Defensive lineman Adam Shuler, who is transferring from West Virginia to Florida, will be eligible right away and have two years of eligibility remaining.

Mullen looking to tweak Gators' expectations (5:04)

Edward Aschoff ESPN Staff Writer 

Florida and USF have agreed to play a three-game football series beginning in 2022. The Bulls will travel to Gainesville in 2022 and will host the Gators in Tampa for the first time ever on Sept. 9, 2023. The Bulls will return to Gainesville on Sept. 6, 2025. These two have met only one other time, with Florida winning 38-14 in Gainesville in 2010.

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67dMark Schlabach

Former longtime SEC commish Slive dies at 77

Former SEC commissioner Mike Slive, who led the league to unprecedented success both on and off the field and managed its growth from a regional conference to national giant during his 13-year tenure, died Wednesday at age 77.

Mike Reiss ESPN Staff Writer 

Rookie CB Duke Dawson says his family stressed a strong work ethic.

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75d

DC Grantham to pull in record pay for Gators

The Gators gave defensive coordinator Todd Grantham a three-year deal worth $4.47 million, making him the highest-paid assistant in school history.

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