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Florida came into its Saturday game with Mississippi on a seemingly unsustainable streak of dominance. The Gators then sustained it.
Florida has fourth-best scoring margin over eight-game streak in conference since 2000: Is that a long-winded version of a stat that doesn't really matter? Sure. But it's worth noting that the Gators kept that streak healthy against their toughest SEC foe so far. (Ken Pomeroy, kenpom.com)
Gators pass toughest test: And Florida is now in the catbird's seat in the SEC. (Michael DiRocco, ESPN)
The dos and don'ts of recruiting: As always, TUG has the really important reminder. (The Unsportsmanlike Gentleman)
Keith Bryant's wild weekend: Getting sent home from a visit to Florida Atlantic as a big-time prospect must be hard. But if Bryant was helping out his buddy, who's legitimately FAU's level, then this story's actually kind of sad. (Chuck King, Owl Access)
Social media poses problems to recruits: In other news, teenagers say and do stupid things, sometimes. (Adam Gorney, Rivals)
Sports morality isn't like real morality: Few columnists are better at writing about sticky issues than Le Batard. (Dan Le Batard, Miami Herald)
The best pictures from the Superdome's Super Blackout: It's still a little surreal that a power outage halted the Super Bowl. (Isaac Rauch, Deadspin)
Gators do Billy Donovan impressions: It is a good thing these guys are good at basketball, because they're horrible at impressions.
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