Kenny Boynton has a big decision to make. (Photo by Al Messerschmidt/Getty Images)
'06-'07 Florida better than '11-'12 Kentucky?: I apologize for linking to Bianchi, but this is an interesting debate. Bianchi really doesn't make much of a case for choosing Florida -- it's really just a link to a poll -- but he does mention that Florida had more experience. It's a tough call, really, and I can't totally decide who I feel would win. (Mike Bianchi, Orlando Sentinel)
A peak into next year's hoops team: We already know Patric Young's coming back, and that's huge. We're waiting on decisions from Kenny Boynton and Brad Beal. If I had to guess, I'd say Boynton's coming back and Beal's leaving, but who knows? A lot of how far Florida goes next year is predicated on whether these guys are coming back, as well as who Florida adds in recruiting. (Michael DiRocco, GatorNation)
Starting QB spot still up for grabs: No surprise, really. And it's a good decision. Keep the competition high. No need to rush the decision. (Robbie Andreu, The Gainesville Sun)
Latroy Pittman continues impressive spring: Pittman could very well be this year's version of De'Ante Saunders. And with the lack playmakers at receiver, Pittman could see the field early and often. (Tom Green, Independent Florida Alligator)
Details for Orange and Blue Debut: Will Muschamp's doing the guest media coaches thing again: Brady Ackerman of Sun Sports, Edward Aschoff of ESPN.com, and Andy Staples of SI.com. All the information you need for the spring game and more in the link. (GatorZone)
Gators give back for Easter: A number of Gators athletes helped put together Easter baskets for needy families. Always love to see our favorite athletes giving back. (GatorZone)
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