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Florida Gators Radio Network

Florida Gators Football on the Radio

Florida Gators Football on the Radio

You can listen to live Florida Gators games online or on the radio dial. The Florida Gators Sports Network represents one of the biggest and most-listened to college sports network in the State of Florida (and the nation)  See a full listing of all the Florida Gators radio stations below

CityCall SignFrequency
Belle GladeWAFC-FM92.5
Clearwater/Dade CityWDCF-AM1350
DaytonaWFLF-AM540
Ft. Pierce/PSL/StuartWSTU-AM1450
Ft. Walton BeachWTKE-FM100.3
GainesvilleWRUF-FM103.7
GainesvilleWRUF-AM98.1
GainesvilleWRUF-AM850
Griffin, Ga.WKEU-FM88.9
Griffin, Ga.WKEU-AM1450
JacksonvilleWJXL-AM1010
Key WestWKWF-AM1600
LaBelleWAFC-FM105.1
Lake CityWRUF-FM103.7
Lake CityWRUF-FM98.1
Lake CityWRUF-FM850
LakelandWONN-AM1230
Melbourne/SebastianWFLF-AM540
MiamiWINZ-AM940
MiamiWIOD-AM610
OkeechobeeWOKC-FM100.9
OkeechobeeWOKC-AM1570
OrlandoWFLF-FM93.1
OrlandoWFLF-AM540
PalatkaWIYD-AM1260
Panama CityWTKP-FM95.3
Port St. JoeWTKP-FM95.3
PensacolaWTKE-FM95.3
PensacolaWTKE-FM1490
SarasotaWWMI-AM1380
SebringWWTK-AM730
St. AugustineWAOC-FM96.5
St. AugustineWAOC-AM1420
TallahasseeWVFT-FM93.3
TampaWGUL-AM860
WauchulaWAUC-FM95.3
WauchulaWAUC-AM1310
West Palm BeachWZZR-FM94.3
Lee McGriff​ Football on the radio

Lee McGriff

ANALYST

Played football at the University of Florida from 1971-74 and was an assistant football coach at UF from 1978-1982. As a player, McGriff caught 87 passes for 1,551 yards and 13 touchdowns.

Mick Hubert Football on the radio

Mick Hubert

Play by Play

Mick is only the third “Voice of the Gators” – Otis Boggs held the position for over 40 years, and David Steele left in 1989 to become the TV voice of the expansion Orlando Magic of the National Basketball Association.

Tate Casey Football on the radio

Tate Casey

Sideline Reporter

The starting tight end as a true freshman who was also a member of the 2005 Gator baseball team that was the runner-up at the 2005 NCAA College World Series