- Jeff Barlis, College Football
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GAINESVILLE, Fla. -- We've had the Tebow edition and the Coaching Carousel edition and now we've got a little bit of both. Let's see what ESPN.com has to offer Gator fans today.
Gene Wojciechowski says it must be hiring season in college football because athletic directors are acting over the top in their coaching hires. Gator fans will recognize the fawning over Urban Meyer and Charlie Weis, and perhaps notice the absence of any love for Will Muschamp. A 6-6 record in your first season can have a tendency to rip some of the luster off a shiny, new hire.
We've got an outlet for Florida fans wanting to vent some frustration over this season's offense -- a SportsNation poll. Check out some of the comments already posted and throw in your own two cents.
Can you name all 14 schools that were ranked No. 1 in men's college basketball at some point in the past five seasons? You get two minutes and no hints about Florida.
Joakim Noah certainly can relate to being hated for a variety of reasons, one of which has got to be because of success.
Stats & Info: Tebow’s effect on Denver’s six-game win streak is debatable and incalculable, but the sheer improbability of the Broncos’ tear with Tebow is not.
Here are a few videos from our city sites, ESPNBoston, ESPNChicago and ESPNDallas ...
Aaron Hernandez joins the Patriots.com Postgame Show to discuss Tom Brady's sideline argument with Bill O'Brien and to praise former teammate Tim Tebow.
Tom Brady and Tim Tebow are set to meet Sunday afternoon when the Denver Broncos host the New England Patriots.
Brian Urlacher, Julius Peppers, and Lance Briggs say the loss to the Broncos hurts.
Robert Griffin III goes on The Herd to talk about the Tim Tebow comparisons, winning the Heisman, and his NFL Draft prospects.
Dave Hooker brings you tremendous insight on one of Florida's top targets, a pass-rushing specialist from Pennsylvania. Will Muschamp can't be happy that Urban Meyer has joined the fray.
Jason A. Churchill drops some knowledge on how the MLB's new rules could mean more prospects going the college route. That's good news for Florida coach Kevin O'Sullivan, an excellent recruiter.
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