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Chomping At Bits: NCAA rescinds two college football recruiting rules

Florida's recruiters won't be 20 deep in 2013 after the NCAA rolled back one of its new recruiting rules.

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NCAA rolls back two recruiting rules: The ones rolled back: Looser restrictions on who can recruit (putting recruiting back in the hands of a smaller group of personnel) and an elimination of restrictions on printed materials. The one left in place: Unlimited contact. (Steven Muma, SB Nation)

10 observations from open practices: Most importantly: The secondary is going to be just fine. (Michael DiRocco, ESPN Insider | GatorNation)

SEC Network could be 15-, 20-year deal: If so, it's going to need to be executed correctly from the jump. (Jeremy Fowler,

A spring preview of the Gators: From one of the smarter national college football voices. (Paul Myerberg, USA TODAY Sports)

Florida-Georgetown among interesting prospective matchups: I think Florida-VCU and Florida-Kansas would also be fascinating. (Eamonn Brennan, ESPN)

Picking a bracket by pro potential: Surprisingly, Florida does well in this estimation, but still bows out to UCLA. (Mike Prada, SB Nation)

The 68-team college football tournament: Florida as a No. 1 seed! (Rodger Sherman, SB Nation)

How to pick your upsets: Trust this man. (John Ezekowitz, Harvard College Sports Analysis Collective)

Why your team won't win it all: For Florida, it's because basketball is the second sport here. (Mike Wise, The Washington Post)

2014 SF Jalen Lindsey plans UF visit: Florida needs more small forwards after next year, when Casey Prather and Will Yeguete, at least, will be gone. (Drew Laing, Gator Hoops Recruiting)

Billy Donovan's Monday press conference: Note how uses the phrase "finish the plays."

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