Hey, Florida fans! Happy Thursday. There’s a report that a familiar coaching legacy could head to Gainesville and there’s plenty of news from the NFL Scouting Combine, too. Grab some coffee and get to reading.
Here are three things to know:
- Here’s the schedule for the on-the-field workouts former Gators will be participating in throughout the combine.
- Is Florida the next stop for Steve Spurrier, Jr.?
- Here’s the real story behind running back Kelvin Taylor’s throat slash gesture against East Carolina.
Other Florida news from around the Internet
- Coach Jim McElwain could have some serious competition in Michigan’s Jim Harbaugh when it comes to recruiting in Florida. Harbaugh announced that his spring practices will be open to high school coaches in the state, the Detroit News’ Angelique S. Chengelis wrote.
- According to GatorCountry’s Andrew Spivey, Florida offered a 2017 junior college offensive lineman on Monday.
- Check out this mailbag from the Palm Beach Post’s Anthony Chiang, who answers some questions you might have about the 2016-17 season.
The best stories around the SEC
- The most touching story of the day: One combine prospect had an emotional journey to where he is now. Signing with an NFL team would allow him to help his mother immediately.
- According to a report, Tennessee coach Butch Jones called a player a “traitor” for helping a victim who alleged two other players raped her. Jones later responded and gave his side.
- Kirby Smart gave his take on Harbaugh holding practice in Florida. Then Harbaugh fired back on Twitter.
- Leonard Fournette could have an even better 2016 season than he did in 2015.
- What’s the one thing LSU needs to do to get on par with Alabama?