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Florida's SEC annihilation gets more devastating: Florida is .14 points per trip on offense better than any other SEC team. Florida is .14 points per trip on defense better than any other SEC team. This is ridiculous. (John Gasaway, Basketball Prospectus)
Women's golf wins third tournament of season: It's been a successful rookie campaign for coach Emily Bastel. (GatorZone)
How The Alligator went independent: I'm prouder than ever to have written for it, knowing this. (Ron Sachs, The Independent Florida Alligator)
Former Gator wins Matanzas 5K: Oh, and he's got Olympic dreams. (Sean Hess, The St. Augustine Record)
Is Gainesville a Dolphins county? That's what some data collected on Facebook suggest. (Sean Taylor, Facebook)
Tennessee is having some money issues: This is unfortunate, and I would feel bad, except for Tennessee hiring Lane Kiffin and Derek Dooley while still paying Phil Fulmer. (Michael Smith, SportsBusiness Daily)
Smush Parker at the brink of disaster: Yes, a Greek basketball game might have kept the international economy from going (further) over a cliff. (Flinder Boyd, The Classical)
Kentucky booster arrested for running pyramid scheme: Breaking: People in Kentucky are not particularly bright. (Drew Franklin, Kentucky Sports Radio)
Big 12, ACC may consider alliance: Superconferences are coming. (Jerry DiPaola, Pittsburgh Tribune-Review)
Boston's sports media beanpot of awfulness: Proximity to ESPN and to cameras has done some number on a once-proud collection of writers. (Alan Siegel, Boston Magazine)
Girl Meets World casts Cory and Topanga's daughter: Still kinda can't believe that this is happening. (Kimberly Roots, TVLine)
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