Florida, East Carolina To Play In Birmingham Bowl Florida will play in the Birmingham Bowl to begin the Jim McElwain era, even if he won't be leading the team.
Mississippi State, Florida State Top Playoff ListMississippi State, Florida State, Auburn and Mississippi are the top four teams in the first College Football Playoff rankings.
Florida Begins Stretch That Could Define SeasonFlorida coach Will Muschamp calls every game a must-win. Following a lopsided loss at Alabama, it's really starting to look and feel that way for Muschamp and the Gators.
Hargreaves, Cooper Provide All-American Matchup For two guys who have never met, Florida cornerback Vernon Hargreaves III and Alabama receiver Amari Cooper sure know a lot about each other.
Four Candidates Chosen As Finalists For FSU Job A Florida State University Committee has narrowed their search for a new president to four candidates.
Florida, Idaho Still Working On Suspended GameFlorida expects to know what will happen with its postponed season opener in the next two days.
AP Poll: Defending Champion Florida State Is No. 1The 2014 college football season is fast approaching and the preseason polls are out. Jameis Winston and defending national champion Florida State are No. 1 in The Associated Press preseason college football poll.
Reports: Mack Brown Done At Texas; Saban Up Next?Time appears to be running out on the Mack Brown era at the University of Texas and that turns the focus to a name that still generates bile in the mouths of South Florida football fans, Nick Saban.
Report: Bama Asst. Coach Accused Of Impermissible BenefitsAlabama head coach Nick Saban has a lot more to deal with this week than just the Tide’s opponent.
Report: Alabama Spent $3.4 Million For BCS Title GameWhile it’s tough to get a handle on exactly how much money a Super Bowl brings into South Florida, some new numbers from the University of Alabama did shed some light on how much it cost to bring a team to the BCS National Championship Game.
UM Denies Keeping Patients In Study In DarkThe University of Miami has denied failing to fully inform parents of dangers associated with research using their prematurely born children. The denial comes after federal regulators blasted a research program dealing with "preemie" babies.