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Chomping at Bits: Florida baseball's road back to relevance

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Florida baseball's recent wins suggest the Gators might play in the postseason after all.

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Florida baseball storms back into national picture: Finally, a sustained upward swing. (Scott Carter, GatorZone)

Jacoby Brissett was frustrated at Florida: Go figure! (Jeremy Fowler, CBS Sports)

Kenny Boynton shows out at Portsmouth Invitational Tournament: An 18-2 assist-to-turnover number and 44.4 percent on threes. (Bricks & Palm Trees)

Florida basketball picked to win SEC in 2013-14: There is an argument for this, despite Kentucky having one of the most talented teams in NCAA history — even without Andrew Wiggins. (Jeff, Basketball Predictions)

Randy Stageberg stays positive despite career-ending injury: Here is a great reason to pull for women's gymnastics. (Jim Harvin, The Gainesville Sun)

On multi-sport athletes: We fawn over Taylor Burke, soccer goalkeeper and high jumper ... but Oregon's Liz Brenner plays four sports. (Gordon Streisand, The Independent Florida Alligator | Lindsay Schnell, The Oregonian)

Hand-written letters still matter: Remember when Florida sent a ton to Demarcus Robinson? (Jeremy Crabtree, ESPN Insider)

Georgia keeps embarrassing itself with music videos: Hint: Many big-time acts came from Athens. Contact them. (Mike Foss, USA TODAY Sports)

Jameis Winston, next legendary FSU QB: Ah, to be mentioned in the same breath as Chris Rix. (Brendan Bures, FSView)

On SB Nation's longform: This is a great look for SB Nation, and at it. (David Folkenflik, NPR)

On being better fans: I really enjoyed this. (Colin McGowan, The Classical)

How one great fan became Jose Mourinho's good luck charm: I loved this. (Grant Wahl, SI.com)

Kobe's failed rap career: And this is just the best. (Thomas Golianopoulos, Grantland)

Your Gators moment of zen:

Sharrif Floyd does the cinnamon challenge: He does not win. Also, that laugh is disturbing.

The Daily Show takes on the NCAA:

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