For Gator fans, the past couple of days have been an emotional roller coaster, as Michigan sets their sights on an undermanned Gator offense for the season opener. One thing’s for sure, we won’t see any Antonio Callaway, but we should see more of Ocala's own Freddie Swain.
2017 will see a new brand of offense from West Port. They will now run their scheme through junior quarterback Brian Maurer, who threw for 1,609 yards and 12 touchdowns as a sophomore. However, their success won’t ride all on him, and head coach Matt Franklin says their style of play will be as their mascot would suggest. Off the leash, like a pack of wolves.
After a disappointing 2-8 season last year, the Hurricanes decided to go in a new direction under first year head coach Will Dettor. He’s now tasked with making this team believe in themselves, and if you ask him, the surge is real.
The Hurricanes are coming off their first playoff-less year since 2008 and are driven to get back where they feel they belong. GHS has a lot of skill players and experience its counting on to make that goal a reality.
Florida's talented, but troubled WR is the biggest name of seven Gators being disciplined for improper use of school funds.