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The house where University of Florida players Chris Rainey and Moses Jenkins live was broken into...

The house where University of Florida players Chris Rainey and Moses Jenkins live was broken into Sunday morning, according to the Gainesville Police Department. The items reported stolen include Rainey's 2008 National Championship ring, 10 pairs of Jenkins' shoes, a Gucci duffel bag, a television and a Sony PlayStation.

Via the Gainesville Sun. Hope Rainey gets the ring back, but the rest of that stuff is probably gone, baby, gone, unfortunately. Good luck at the pawn shops.

Weekend Review: Florida Baseball Wins At College World Series, Patric Young Named USA Basketball Finalist

The Weekend Review: Where everyone knows you're still counting the days until football. Gators ping Texas: Florida's baseball team began its second consecutive College World Series on a high note, r...

Previewing the College World Series: Texas A&M Aggies

The Texas A&M Aggies were the Big 12 champions. So why are they getting no love in the College World Series?

Patric Young a finalist for Team USA; Wilbekin out

There is still one more cut left before tournament play begins in Latvia.

Florida Baseball Tops Texas, 8-4, Sets Up College World Series Rematch With Vanderbilt

Florida's 8-4 win over Texas is a testament to the Gators' offense. Now Vandy awaits the Gators for an SEC rematch in Omaha.

Florida Baseball Aims For Texas Takedown In Omaha: College World Series Open Thread

Finally, Florida's College World Series experience is getting underway. The No. 2-seeded Gators get Texas starting right about now on ESPN and ESPN3.com, and there's little left to do but read some...

Money Matters: Florida's Athletic Budget Gets Larger for 2011-12

Money Matters: Florida's Athletic Budget Gets Larger for 2011-12

Previewing the College World Series: South Carolina

South Carolina made it back to the College World Series. Can they repeat as National Champions?

UF reported on Jan. 6 that an assistant coach responded to a text message, and the entire staff was...

UF reported on Jan. 6 that an assistant coach responded to a text message, and the entire staff was prohibited from having written or telephone contact with any recruit from May 1 to May 14. A day after Florida reported that violation, it reported that an assistant coach called a recruit twice in one week. The penalty for that overlapped with the first violation, with the NCAA prohibiting written or telephone contacts with recruits from May 1 to May 7.

Florida's NCAA violations: Secondary in college sports parlance, and minor in practicality. While you would obviously like to never hear about NCAA violations, they happen, and it's far better for secondary ones to be accurately and swiftly reported than for major ones to lurk and fester. Ask (insert big-name school on probation or in deep, deep trouble) about that. Via the Orlando Sentinel.

The Gators are in Omaha getting ready for tomorrow's game against Texas! I know Rosenblatt Stadium...

The Gators are in Omaha getting ready for tomorrow's game against Texas! I know Rosenblatt Stadium is a legend, but TD Ameritrade Park looks pretty sweet.

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