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Chomping At Bits: Bradley Beal And Kenny Boynton Ponder Future; Omarius Hines Switches Up Some Things

Could only two (or one) of these five return next season?
Could only two (or one) of these five return next season?

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Bradley Beal and Kenny Boynton mulling future: Just my gut feeling: Beal leaves but Boynton returns. (Adam Silverstein, Only Gators)

Omarius Hines' new number and position: He's now officially listed as a running back and his new number is No. 20. It's a family thing. (Brian Holt, Inside The Gators) - Don't worry. It's a free article.

Gators working on pass rush: Great teams are built from the lines out. It's really that simple. Oh, and it looks like Sharrif Floyd finally has a planned role. (Matt Watts, The Florida Times-Union)

SEC denies Texas A&M's waiver on seating arrangements: Texas A&M has a tradition where their students and band sit behind the opposing teams bench. That type of seating arrangement has long been outlawed in SEC country. I mean think about it. Could you imagine if Tennessee students could sit behind the Florida (or Alabama) bench at Neyland? Or if Florida students could sit behind the Vols bench at The Swamp? It's not surprising at all that the Aggies are going to have to reconfigure where their student section and band sit at Kyle Field.

The SEC guide to Gainesville, Florida: Once again, it's a pizza war. I'll contend to the day I die, that Satchel's is popular because it's the "trendy" and/or "hipster" place. Though this entire series on ESPN is rather interesting. (Edward Aschoff, SEC Blog/ESPN)

Georgia's Bacarri Rambo suspended four games: He's suspended because it's his second violation of UGA's drug policy. He also probably has the best name in all of college sports. (Jason Kirk, SB Nation)

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