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Former Gator Billy Horschel trails Tiger Woods at Farmers Insurance Open: It's been a while since Horschel's been as good as he was as a Gator, and the Bayside High graduate (#321, y'all) has never been quite at a level to duel Tiger on the weekend at Torrey Pines. But he might this weekend. Horschel, Woods, and Casey Wittenberg comprise Saturday's final threesome, and tee off at 12:40 p.m. Pacific. CBS coverage begins at 3:00 p.m., by which point Tiger will probably lead by five shots or something. (FLORIDA TODAY)
Florida's gymnastics puts up nation's best total of year: And, yeah, the Gators won, but the first bit is more important. (GatorZone)
Putting Florida's SEC domination in context: When people who take advanced stars seriously are joking about a team moving to the NBA ... yeah, that team is doing tremendous work. (John Gasaway, Basketball Prospectus)
Florida among legit Final Four contenders: But you knew that. (Luke Winn, SI.com)
Gators are well-traveled: I would not have expected Florida to have done more road work than a team that flew to Hawai'i, but it's true. (Chris Harry, Harry Fodder | GatorZone)
Nu'Keese Richardson is trying football again: A Pahokee kid with Pahokee problems, like Janoris Jenkins before him. He's got talent, but he's gotta make something of it. (Jason Lieser, Gator Bytes | The Palm Beach Post)
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