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Florida Football 2012, 100 For 100: Will The Gators' Real Starting Quarterback Please Step Up?

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Florida Gators fans have only 100 more days to wait until the return of football to The Swamp. But there are plenty of questions about what quarterback will start under center.

Florida Gators Get 10 Players On Phil Steele's 2012 Preseason All-SEC Team

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The Gators placed 10 players on Phil Steele's preseason All-SEC team.

Florida Gators Track And Field Begins East Preliminary For NCAA Outdoor Championships

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The Florida Gators track and field teams head to Jacksonville for the NCAA outdoor prelims.

Chomping At Bits: Patric Young Is Working Hard

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Patric Young says Florida's offseason workouts have the Gators headed in the right direction.

Florida Football Recruiting: Rounding Out The Class Of 2013

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National Signing Day is a little over eight months away, so it's a little crazy to be talking about who will finish off Florida's Class of 2013. But with 16 players already committed -- eight on...

Chomping At Bits: Will Muschamp Has 'A Loss' Planned For Mark Richt

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Will Muschamp didn't mince words when asked what he has planned for Mark Richt.

Florida Women's Tennis Wins Second Straight National Championship With Sweep Of UCLA

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Lauren Embree figured heavily in the Gators' second straight national title in women's tennis.

Florida Ranks Second For College Football Realignment Values

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Florida's second in SB Nation's ranking of college program value.

Chomping At Bits: Florida Sweeps SEC All-Sports Awards, Again

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Florida's SEC All-Sports dominance is the hallmark of a tremendous athletic program.

The 14-team conference has been negotiating with both networks this year after the SEC expanded...

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The 14-team conference has been negotiating with both networks this year after the SEC expanded with Texas A&M and Missouri. That triggered a clause in the SEC's deal that allows the league to go back to the negotiating table with its partners, just as the ACC recently renegotiated its media contract with ESPN after its own expansion with Pittsburgh and Syracuse. The bigger negotiation is with ESPN, and talks appear to revolve around an SEC-branded cable channel that could launch as early as 2014. ESPN's current arrangement with the SEC — negotiated in 2008 — pays an average of $150 million a year over 15 years.

According to a CBS Sports report through Sports Business Daily, the SEC is a lot closer to adding a television network of their own than previously thought. And the game continues to change. Also, according to the report, if the SEC does indeed begin its own network, it won't begin until 2014.
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