Baseball announces TV schedule: The Gators have quite a few games that are going to be broadcasted locally, regionally or nationally. The Gators will also be on ESPNU's Thursday Night SEC Baseball Game of the Week on March 22 against South Carolina. (Rachel George, Swamp Things/Orland Sentinel)
Early look at what Florida needs in 2013: If there is no unexpected attrition between now and signing day next season, the Gators might only take a 16-player class because of scholarship numbers. (Robbie Andreu, The Gainesville Sun)
Keanu Neal gets Gators offer: The 2013 ESPNU 150 watch-list safety says that "Florida is on top right now" over other offers from UCF, USF, Duke and Georgia Tech. He will be in Gainesville for Junior Day on the 18th, so we'll be able to get a good look at him. (Chris Hayes, Orlando Sentinel)
Gators look to regroup after loss to Kentucky: The only thing that bothers me in the article, is the fact that Billy Donovan concedes the SEC regular season championship to Kentucky. I mean, I get that there are only seven games remaining and the Gators are behind by two-and-a-half games, but they play Kentucky one more time. I've seen it happen before. (Kevin Brockway, The Gainesville Sun)
Grading the Gators at the half-way mark: The Gators will probably be ranked just outside the Top 10 next week and their record is about what we figured. (Michael DiRocco, GatorNation/ESPN)
Donovan talks Kentucky, Syracuse and Ohio State: The Gators are in the unique position of having faced arguably the Top 3 teams in the country, all on the road. Kentucky might have the most talent, but give me Ohio State to win it all out of those teams. (Rachel George, Swamp Things/Orlando Sentinel).
Lawmakers vs. Sports: This is about Clemson-South Carolina, but couldn't the same thing happen with Florida-Florida State? On second thought, it kind of already has. (John Pennington, Mr SEC)
GatorZone No. 12: These videos are free and they are great. In this episode: Softball coach Tim Walton gets an interview, the baseball team is previewed, and Ryan Lochte and Conor Dwyer prepare for the London Olympics.
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