Gators recruiting Q&A: Very interesting read on a variety of recruiting topics. I specifically like the question on whether it is Muschamp or Florida that is drawing the recruits. (Keith Niebuhr and Chris Nee, Inside The Gators/Rivals)
Neiron Ball cleared to play: This is just fantastic news. I'm not sure at the moment where he fits in on the depth chart, but after what he has been through, awesome. Just awesome. (Thomas Goldkamp, GatorCountry)
LSU AD wants out of annual series with Gators: Lots of links in the story that provide about eighty different opinions and sources on the matter. I really don't care either way, but I do know that the good folks over at And The Valley Shook (which is SB Nation's LSU blog) don't want the series to end until they get payback. (Jerry Hinnen, Eye On College Football/CBS Sports)
Jacoby Brissett is No. 11 quarterback: ESPN, in their undying affection for lists, ranks the top quarterbacks in the SEC. In case you're wondering, Jeff Driskel isn't ranked. Not that it means anything, because aside from Tyler Wilson, Aaron Murray and maybe Tyler Bray, the SEC doesn't offer much that is proven. (Chris Low, SEC Blog/ESPN)
Gators must makes threes: Hitting shots and having Patric Young stay on the court will give the Gators have a chance against Kentucky? I still say no, but some say yes. (Andy Katz, College Basketball Nation/ESPN)
Women's basketball gets SEC tourney win: I'll admit that I've never watched a second of the Gators women play basketball, but for a team that has struggled over the years, this is a good thing. I wish them all the best. (Associated Press, GatorSports/The Gainesville Sun)
Baseball is ready for Miami: Florida is No. 1 and Miami is No. 12. Yeah, it's time to begin a fourth year of what seems like a bi-weekly series. The Gators have also won the last eight games. (Tom Green, Orlando Sentinel)
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