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2018 Schedule
0-0, 1st in SEC - East
Gators gearing up for Week 1 (2:34)
Mullen returns to try and revive Florida (1:12)
Mullen's dream realized in Gainesville (2:27)
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7dAdam Rittenberg

Gators WR Jefferson eligible to play in 2018

Florida wide receiver Van Jefferson, who transferred from Ole Miss in January, is eligible for the 2018 season after receiving a waiver from the Southeastern Conference.

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10d

Ex-Florida AD mum about Smith's arrest in '09

Ex-AD Jeremy Foley declined comment when asked to provide details regarding how former coach Urban Meyer and his bosses handled the 2009 arrest of Zach Smith.

Mullen talks mentality for the Florida defense (1:09)

Chris Low ESPN Senior Staff Writer 

Florida quarterback Feleipe Franks thinks Dan Mullen's offense is better suited for him, and he also said Mullen has helped him change his approach to playing quarterback. "My mentality last year was trying to make the big play and do all these things, and that's not the right mentality to have as a quarterback."

Chris Low ESPN Senior Staff Writer 

Steve Spurrier said the zero tolerance policy he had for players and coaches regarding domestic abuse and sexual assault should be an NCAA rule. "That was one rule where there was no negotiating with me," Spurrier said.

Chris Low ESPN Senior Staff Writer 

Steve Spurrier's office in the Florida athletic complex is a treasure trove from his coaching and playing days, even his Little League Baseball days. That's a then-12-year-old Spurrier in the middle on his 1957 All-Star team.

Chris Low ESPN Senior Staff Writer 

If you're looking for a breakout player on defense this season for Florida, junior "Buck" outside linebacker Jachai Polite is one to watch. He had an injury-shortened season a year ago, but has really turned heads. "He's explosive end I mean really explosive," defensive coordinator Todd Grantham said.

0:22

Chris Low ESPN Senior Staff Writer 

Nothing like the first day in full pads, and Florida coach Dan Mullen is right in the middle of it all.

Is Mullen the quarterback whisperer? (2:50)
Consistency and performance key for Gators (2:14)

Chris Low ESPN Senior Staff Writer 

Yep, there's the familiar visor, but Dan Mullen said it's time Florida's program gets back to "knowing" that it's going to go out there and win every game, "and that's not going to happen just because we have ‘Gators' on the side of our helmets."

Chris Low ESPN Senior Staff Writer 

It's 92 degrees in Gainesville, Fla., and there's never any shortage of heat on the head football coach to get the program back to where the guy whose name is on the stadium once had it. But that's exactly the way Dan Mullen wants it.

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18d

Mullen: Gators' no-guns policy not unbending

New Florida coach Dan Mullen, after one of his players was found with a loaded AR-15 in his car, said the team's no-weapons policy does allow players to own guns.

Mullen wants to build a winning program at Florida (1:47)
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18dAlex Scarborough

UF's Jefferson, Grimes granted NCAA eligibility

Transfer Van Jefferson (Ohio State) can play for the Gators, but Trevon Grimes (Ole Miss) needs an additional waiver from the SEC to play for Florida this season.

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24d

Florida adds DL Shuler as grad transfer from WVU

Defensive lineman Adam Shuler has joined the Florida Gators as a graduate transfer and will have two years of eligibility remaining. He had 37 tackles and three sacks in 12 games last year at West Virginia.

Mark Schlabach ESPN Senior Writer 

Six Florida football players face possible university discipline for altercation involving airsoft guns, frying pan, and a gambler nicknamed "Tay Bang." http://www.espn.com/college-football/story/_/id/24200217

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25dMark Schlabach

Six Gators face discipline for airsoft rifles, lying

Two Florida Gators face possible punishment for pointing replica assault rifles during a confrontation, while four others face discipline for allegedly lying to police.

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