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Chomping at Bits: Please don't call Scottie Wilbekin "The Wildebeest"

Scottie Wilbekin has bloomed into a very good basketball player. That wouldn't make calling him "The Wildebeest" any better.

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Don't call Scottie Wilbekin "The Wildebeest": Please, I beg of you. (David Jones, FLORIDA TODAY)

Florida tops SEC Power Poll unanimously: I didn't vote. I really should. (Garnet And Black Attack)

Gators among nation's leaders in scoreless defensive stretches: Florida had held opponents scoreless for 23 different four-minute stretches entering Wednesday, and the Gators added three more of these last night, and came within 13 seconds of adding a fourth. (Mark Bashuk, The Big Lead)

Florida track adds distance star Andres Arroyo: That's a really good athlete name. (Todd Grasley,

Mike Leach burns a recruiting bridge: This will become relevant as soon as Will Muschamp does the same. It may take a while. (Brian Floyd, CougCenter)

#LetBonnerShoot: Florida product Matt Bonner is one of the best three-point shooters to never make the Three-Point Shootout. He might yet get his due this year. (Josh Guyer, Pounding The Rock)

Manti Te'o story rages on: Two "How did Deadspin get the scoop?" pieces, plus another wishing that Deadspin would break Te'o-level news every day and that it would stop being so mean to sports media. (Richard Sandomir and James Andrew Miller, The New York Times | Richard Deitsch, | Scott Berinato, Columbia Journalism Review)

Joakim Noah with the killer screen and the hustle save: I will love you forever, Jo.

See the concept for the Reitz Union renovation: I don't love this, but it ain't my student fees that are paying for it anymore!

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