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Chomping at Bits: "We had a game to play," said Scottie Wilbekin

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Florida faced a 15-4 deficit early. But the Gators didn't panic, and got to an Elite Eight by coming back.

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"We had a game to play": How Florida taking Cinderella seriously helped it pack FGCU's bags. (Gregg Doyel, CBS Sports)

Florida extinguishes hype: Playing the villain felt good. (Chris Harry, GatorZone)

Gators' bench steps up: Few big names on it, but plenty of game. (Scott Carter, GatorZone)

The view from the other side: FGCU losing is the end of a magical run. (Benjamin Miraski, Mid-Major Madness)

Florida dominates offensive glass: 15 offensive rebounds is a lot, especially given that Florida was playing without its tallest player for much of the night. (Jason King, ESPN)

Florida baseball falls in 11 innings: After coming back to tie it twice against Ole Miss. (GatorZone)

Florida swimming wins 800 free title: But a national championship is probably out of the question. (GatorZone)

On the Miami Heat's streak: Not for the Heat part as much as for what Simba has to write about greatness. (Bill Simmons, Grantland)

How athletes deal with homosexuality: This was a very interesting read. (Rod Benson, HoopsHype)

Elijah Johnson's nightmare last moments: A really good column on a good kid who wasn't great in a moment that demanded greatness. (Sam Mellinger, The Kansas City Star)

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