Three UF swimmers are London-bound: Ryan Lochte, Conor Dwyer and Elizabeth Beisel. (GatorZone)
Track star Tony McQuay is heading to London: He finished second in the men's 400 meters at the U.S. Olympic Trials. Jeff Demps finished seventh overall. (GatorZone)
Women's Hoops' Azania Stewart will represent Great Britain in London: Named to the 12-member team. (GatorZone)
Brian Johnson, Steven Rodriguez and Mike Zunino named All-Americans by Perfect Game: The honors keep rolling in for Florida baseball players. (GatorZone)
Best Florida teams that didn't win the championship: Interesting list from Bourbon Meyer. I'd add in the 2010-11 basketball team as an honorable mention. They weren't really a great team, but they could have easily won the title if they had gotten by Butler. The field was pretty weak. (Sam McCorkie, Bourbon Meyer)
Incoming freshmen football players arrive in Gainesville: Jonathan Bullard cleared Florida admissions, but still has to be cleared by the NCAA, so we'll see how that goes. (Robbie Andreu, Gainesville Sun)
Billy Donovan on the teleconference: He likes the new rule changes about contacting recruits. Also said Florida will be relying more on the frontcourt this year. (Adam Silverstein, Only Gators)
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