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Chomping At Bits: The Bradley Beal Emerges As A Leader Edition

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Bradley Beal is the ideal leader: Since the Gators' loss to Georgia, Beal is averaging 15.6 points and 7.8 rebounds per game. This has been an extremely fun ride. Anybody else think that he's probably going to be a lottery pick on June 28th? (Hays Carlyon, The Florida Times-Union)

A statistical look of Florida - Marquette: The teams are about as similar as you could get. (Rachel George, Swamp Things/Orlando Sentinel)

A breakdown of the "Four Factors To Winning" as profiled above: A comparison of the Marquette offense and the Gators defense in a colored graph. Reminds me of science class in middle school. (Brewtown Andy, Anonymous Eagle) - Please note that Anonymous Eagle is SB Nation's Marquette blog, so feel free to give them a more in-depth visit.

Gators 3-point shooting streaky: Shocking, I know. But if Billy Donovan says it, it has to be true. (Rachel George, Orlando Sentinel)

Mike Gillislee improving in pass protection: Could that have been the answer all along? (Tom Green, Orlando Sentinel)

Football Gators at -6 in spring stability rankings: It's an interesting read and not something that you see everyday. Though I will say that I don't really think that Muschamp should be give -10 points for "stress and turmoil" considering it is only his second year in charge. (John Pennington, MrSEC)

Women's basketball loses to Baylor: I have absolutely no knowledge of women's basketball (college or pro) but from the article it seems like Baylor is a good team. Also, Brittney Griner dunked. That was probably the most exciting play of the game. (Jack Carle, Orlando Sentinel)

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