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2014 Florida Gators Season Tickets (Includes Tickets To All Regular Season Home Games)  View 
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Aug 30, 2014
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Florida Gators vs. Idaho Vandals  View 
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Sep 6, 2014
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Sep 13, 2014
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Florida Gators vs. Georgia Bulldogs  View 
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Nov 15, 2014
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Nov 22, 2014
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Florida Gators vs. Eastern Kentucky Colonels  View 
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Nov 29, 2014
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Florida State Seminoles vs. Florida Gators  View 
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Nov 29, 2014
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Texas Longhorns Womens Volleyball vs. Florida Gators  View 
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Dec 5, 2014
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Kansas Jayhawks vs. Florida Gators  View 
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Dec 30, 2014
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Florida State Seminoles vs. Florida Gators  View 
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Mar 7, 2015
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Kentucky Wildcats vs. Florida Gators  View 
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Florida Gators Tickets

There may not be enough Florida Gators football tickets to go around this season. 
The Swamp is boiling with anticipation for what should be another incredible season of Florida football. Coach Will Muschamp has the Gators poised to live up to the hype, but there are plenty of questions to be answered before Florida can meet its BCS-sized expectations.
First of all, how will the Gators respond to being thumped by two-touchdown underdog Louisville in the Sugar Bowl? It was an embarrassing loss and had Gators ticket holders questioning the direction of their program. This is mighty Florida, an SEC power and perennial national championship threat, not some run-of-the-mill Big East/American squad.


The feeling here is that the Gators will use the Sugar Bowl loss to fuel a run at an SEC Championship. They’ve certainly got all the materials needed.
The second question is just how good quarterback Jeff Driskell can be. He was an up-and-down last season, battling injuries for much of his first year as the Gators’ starting QB. His talent and potential were very evident in Florida’s win in Knoxville, Tennessee last year. Driskell made plays with his feet and his arm, leading the Gators past what was an undefeated Volunteers team at the time. With a year under his belt and hopefully improved health, Driskell could be on the verge of a breakout season.


However, if he takes a step back and the Gators fail to establish a consistent ground game, this offense could struggle to put up points, which would put a ton of pressure on an inexperienced defense. Florida returns just four starters on defense, another one of the major questions marks surrounding Gators football tickets this season.


Most believe, though, that Muschamp, known as a defensive mind, will have all the answers.
There’s a little bit of worry among an abundance of confidence in Gainesville these days. Florida has a big Week 2 road game at the Miami Hurricanes that will certainly be one of the most popular Gators tickets this season. The Gators’ annual showdown with the Georgia Bulldogs always has plenty of buzz. And, of course, Florida’s season finale in the Swamp against the Florida State Seminoles will be one of the hottest college football tickets of the season.


Florida’s surprising blowout loss to Louisville in the Sugar Bowl left a bad taste in a lot of Gators ticket holders’ mouths. But Muschamp has this team poised for redemption, and The Swamp is boiling over in anticipation. Buy Florida Gators tickets today.

Florida Gators tickets – Can They Repeat?

2007 Florida Gators tickets are back and ready to take a shot at repeating their BCS National Championship. Urban Meyer is still at the helm. He’s got a roster dripping with talent, the backing of the whole Gator Nation, and almost 20 years of Gator bowl game history to uphold. Winning a championship is tough, but coming back and repeating a championship is much tougher. Can Florida make another run? Get your Florida Gators tickets, scoot on over to Ben Hill Griffin Stadium, and watch the Gators go for broke.

The Gators Offense is the Ticket

If the Florida Gators have a shot at repeating they’ll have to muster plenty of offense. But that shouldn’t be a problem as they look to have plenty of firepower on that side of the ball. In 2007, Meyer will hand the reins of his offense over to Tim Tebow. The powerful running quarterback who saw spot duty in 2006 and finished second on the team in rushing yards with 469. Tebow lends a different dimension to the offense. His skill at reading defenses means the Gators will have more of an option attack.

When the ball is in the air Florida is in good shape. The receivers are as talented a group as you’ll find in college football. Andre Caldwell comes into his senior season with well over 100 career catches. Percy Harvin is a double threat as both a runner and a pass catcher. But it may be Junior Louis Murphy who lights the fire. Murphy has been coming on of late, having an outstanding spring and boosting his status on the depth chart.

But offense alone won’t do it. The success of Gators tickets will hinge on maintaining some type of defensive attack that can slow down the running game. Florida is going to have to break in some new starters and bring them up to speed quickly, no easy task when you see that Gators tickets might debut as many as half a dozen freshman. But with Urban Meyer still the man behind Florida Gators tickets don’t rule it out either.