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Contents: 1980 - 1981 - 1982 - 1983 - 1984 - 1985 - 1986 - 1987 - 1988 - 1989

1980

1980 Florida Gators football
Tangerine Bowl, W 35-20 v. Maryland
Conference Southeastern Conference
Ranking
Coaches #19
1980 record 8-4 (4-2 SEC)
Head coach Charley Pell
Offensive coordinator Mike Shanahan

Home stadium

Florida Field
Seasons
« 1979 1981 »

Overview

Schedule

Date Opponent Location Result
September 13 California Tampa, FL W 41-13
September 20 Georgia Tech Atlanta, GA W 45-12
September 27 Mississippi State Gainesville, FL W 21-15
October 4 LSU Gainesville, FL L 24-7
October 18 Ole Miss Oxford, MS W 15-3
October 25 Louisville (HC) Gainesville, FL W 13-0
November 1 Auburn Gainesville, FL W 21-10
November 8 Georgia Jacksonville, FL L 26-21
November 15 Kentucky Lexington, KY W 17-15
November 22 Miami Gainesville, FL L 31-7
November 29 Florida State Tallahassee, FL L 17-13
December 20 Maryland Tangerine Bowl, Orlando, FL W 35-20

1981

1981 Florida Gators football
Peach Bowl, L 26-6 v. West Virginia
Conference Southeastern Conference
1981 record 7-5 (3-3 SEC)
Head coach Charley Pell
Offensive coordinator Mike Shanahan
Defensive coordinator Joe Kines

Home stadium

Florida Field
Seasons
« 1980 1982 »

Overview

Schedule

Date Opponent Location Result
September 5 Miami Miami, FL L 21-20
September 12 Furman Gainesville, FL W 35-7
September 19 Georgia Tech Gainesville, FL W 27-6
September 26 Mississippi State Jackson, MS L 28-7
October 3 LSU Baton Rouge, LA W 24-10
October 10 Maryland Gainesville, FL W 15-10
October 17 Ole Miss (HC) Gainesville, FL W 49-3
October 31 Auburn Auburn, AL L 14-12
November 7 Georgia Jacksonville, FL L 26-21
November 14 Kentucky Gainesville, FL W 33-12
November 28 Florida State Gainesville, FL W 35-3
December 31 West Virginia Peach Bowl, Atlanta, GA L 26-6

1982

1982 Florida Gators football
Bluebonnet Bowl, L 28-24 v. Arkansas
Conference Southeastern Conference
Ranking
Coaches #25
1982 record 8-4 (3-3 SEC)
Head coach Charley Pell
Offensive coordinator Mike Shanahan
Defensive coordinator Joe Kines

Home stadium

Florida Field
Seasons
« 1981 1983 »

Overview

Schedule

Date Opponent Location Result
September 4 Miami Gainesville, FL W 17-14
September 11 USC Gainesville, FL W 17-9
September 25 Mississippi State Gainesville, FL W 27-7
October 2 LSU Gainesville, FL L 24-13
October 9 Vanderbilt Nashville, TN L 31-29
October 16 West Texas State (HC) Gainesville, FL W 77-14
October 30 Auburn Gainesville, FL W 19-17
November 6 Georgia Jacksonville, FL L 44-0
November 13 Kentucky Lexington, KY W 39-13
November 20 Tulane New Orleans, LA W 21-14
December 4 Florida State Tallahassee, FL W 13-10
December 31 Arkansas Bluebonnet Bowl, Houston, TX L 28-24

1983

1983 Florida Gators football
Gator Bowl, W 14-6 v. Iowa
Conference Southeastern Conference
Ranking
Coaches #6
AP #6
1983 record 9-2-1 (4-2 SEC)
Head coach Charley Pell
Offensive coordinator Mike Shanahan
Defensive coordinator Joe Kines

Home stadium

Florida Field
Seasons
« 1982 1984 »

Overview

Schedule

Date Opponent Location Result
September 3 Miami Gainesville, FL W 28-3
September 10 USC Los Angeles, CA T 19-19
September 17 Indiana State Gainesville, FL W 17-13
September 24 Mississippi State Starkville, MS W 35-12
October 1 LSU Baton Rouge, LA W 31-17
October 8 Vanderbilt Gainesville, FL W 29-10
October 22 East Carolina (HC) Gainesville, FL W 24-17
October 29 Auburn Auburn, FL L 28-21
November 5 Georgia Jackonsville, FL L 10-9
November 12 Kentucky Gainesville, FL W 24-7
December 3 Florida State Gainesville, FL W 53-14
December 20 Iowa Gator Bowl, Jacksonville, FL W 14-6

1984

1984 Florida Gators football
Conference Southeastern Conference
Ranking
Coaches #7
AP #3
1984 record 9-1-1 (5-0-1 SEC)
Head coach Charley Pell (first 3 games)
Galen Hall (last 8 games)[1]
Offensive coordinator Galen Hall (1st 3 games)
Defensive coordinator Joe Kines

Home stadium

Florida Field
Seasons
« 1983 1985 »

Overview

Schedule

Date Opponent Location Result
September 1 Miami Tampa, FL L 32-20
September 8 LSU Gainesville, FL T 21-21
September 15 Tulane Gainesville, FL W 63-21
September 29 Mississippi State Gainesville, FL W 27-12
October 6 Syracuse Gainesville, FL W 16-0
October 13 Tennessee Knoxville, TN W 43-30
October 20 Cincinnati (HC) Gainesville, FL W 48-17
November 3 Auburn Gainesville, FL W 24-3
November 10 Georgia Jacksonville, FL W 27-0
November 17 Kentucky Lexington, KY W 25-17
December 1 Florida State Tallahassee, FL W 27-17

1985

1985 Florida Gators football
Conference Southeastern Conference
Ranking
Coaches #3
AP #5
1985 record 9-1-1 (5-1 SEC)
Head coach Galen Hall
Defensive coordinator Charlie Bailey

Home stadium

Florida Field
Seasons
« 1984 1986 »

Overview

Schedule

Date Opponent Location Result
September 7 Miami Miami, FL W 35-23
September 14 Rutgers Gainesville, FL T 28-28
September 28 Mississippi State Starkville, MS W 36-22
October 5 LSU Baton Rouge, LA W 20-0
October 12 Tennessee Gainesville, FL W 17-10
October 19 Southwestern Louisiana (HC) Gainesville, FL W 45-0
October 26 Virginia Tech Gainesville, FL W 35-18
November 2 Auburn Auburn, AL W 14-10
November 9 Georgia Jacksonville, FL L 24-3
November 16 Kentucky Gainesville, FL W 15-13
November 30 Florida State Gainesville, FL W 38-14

1986

1986 Florida Gators football
Conference Southeastern Conference
1986 record 6-5 (2-4 SEC)
Head coach Galen Hall
Defensive coordinator Zaven Yaralian

Home stadium

Florida Field
Seasons
« 1985 1987 »

Overview

Schedule

Date Opponent Location Result
August 30 Georgia Southern Gainesville, FL W 38-14
September 6 Miami Gainesville, FL L 23-15
September 20 Alabama Gainesville, FL L 21-7
September 27 Mississippi State Starkville, MS L 16-10
October 4 LSU Gainesville, FL L 28-17
October 11 Kent State (HC) Gainesville, FL W 52-9
October 18 Rutgers East Rutherford, NJ W 15-3
November 1 Auburn Gainesville, FL W 18-17
November 8 Georgia Jacksonville, FL W 31-19
November 15 Kentucky Lexington, KY L 10-3
November 29 Florida State Tallahassee, FL W 17-13

1987

1987 Florida Gators football
Aloha Bowl, L 20-16 v. UCLA
Conference Southeastern Conference
1987 record 6-6 (3-3 SEC)
Head coach Galen Hall
Defensive coordinator Zaven Yaralian

Home stadium

Florida Field
Seasons
« 1986 1988 »

Overview

Schedule

Date Opponent Location Result
September 5 Miami Miami, FL L 31-4
September 12 Tulsa Gainesville, FL W 52-0
September 19 Alabama Birmingham, AL W 23-14
September 26 Mississippi State Gainesville, FL W 38-3
October 3 LSU Baton Rouge, LA L 13-10
October 10 Cal State Fullerton Gainesville, FL W 65-0
October 17 Temple Gainesville, FL W 34-3
October 31 Auburn Auburn, AL L 29-6
November 7 Georgia Jacksonville, FL L 23-10
November 14 Kentucky Gainesville, FL W 27-14
November 28 Florida State Gainesville, FL L 28-14
December 25 UCLA Aloha Bowl, Honolulu, HI L 20-16

1988

1988 Florida Gators football
All-American Bowl, W 14-10 v. Illinois football
Conference Southeastern Conference
1988 record 7-5 (4-3 SEC)
Head coach Galen Hall
Offensive coordinator Lynn Amadee
Defensive coordinator Gary Darnell

Home stadium

Florida Field
Seasons
« 1987 1989 »

Overview

Schedule

Date Opponent Location Result
September 3 Montana State Gainesville, FL W 69-0
September 10 Ole Miss Jackson, MS W 27-15
September 17 Indiana State Gainesville, FL W 58-0
September 24 Mississippi State Gainesville, FL W 17-0
October 1 LSU Gainesville, FL W 19-6
October 8 Memphis State Gainesville, FL L 17-11
October 15 Vanderbilt Nashville, TN L 24-9
October 29 Auburn (HC) Gainesville, FL L 16-0
November 5 Georgia Jacksonville, FL L 26-3
November 12 Kentucky Lexington, KY W 24-19
November 26 Florida State Tallahassee, FL L 52-17
December 29 Illinois All-American Bowl, Birmingham, AL W 14-10

1989

1989 Florida Gators football
Freedom Bowl, L 34-7 v. Washington
Conference Southeastern Conference
1989 record 7-5 (4-3 SEC)
Head coach Galen Hall (first 5 games)
Gary Darnell (last 7 games)
Offensive coordinator Whitey Jordan
Defensive coordinator Gary Darnell (1st 5 games)

Home stadium

Ben Hill Griffin Stadium
Seasons
« 1988 1990 »

Overview

Schedule

Date Opponent Location Result
September 9 Ole Miss Gainesville, FL L 24-19
September 16 Louisiana Tech Gainesville, FL W 34-7
September 23 Memphis State Memphis, TN W 38-13
September 30 Mississippi State Tampa, FL W 21-0
October 7 LSU Baton Rouge, LA W 16-13
October 14 Vanderbilt Gainesville, FL W 34-11
October 21 New Mexico (HC) Gainesville, FL W 27-21
November 4 Auburn Auburn, AL L 10-7
November 11 Georgia Jacksonville, FL L 17-10
November 18 Kentucky Gainesville, FL W 38-28
December 2 Florida State Gainesville, FL L 24-17
December 30 Washington Freedom Bowl, Anaheim, CA L 34-7

Sources

http://gatorzone.com/football/history/yby_scores.pdf
http://www.gatorzone.com/football/history/assistant_coaches.pdf

  1. ^ http://vault.sportsillustrated.cnn.com/vault/article/magazine/MAG1135916/index.htm

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