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Chomping at Bits: Florida women's tennis falls to Stanford in Final Four thriller

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A valiant loss ended Florida's bid for a three-peat.

This is British player Laura Robson walking off a court unhappy, but YOU try finding a better picture to illustrate Florida tennis in our photo tool.
This is British player Laura Robson walking off a court unhappy, but YOU try finding a better picture to illustrate Florida tennis in our photo tool.
Clive Brunskill

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Florida women's tennis falls to Stanford: Much more on this later, but a bitter end to a pair of wonderful careers by Lauren Embree and Caroline Hitimana. (GatorZone)

Florida women's golf tees off at NCAA Championships: I'd hope for a top-five finish. That would be great. (GatorZone)

Florida sweeps SEC All-Sports Awards: The Gators tend to dominate these. (Adam Silverstein, Only Gators)

Chandler Parsons hiring Dwight Howard's agent: Hmmmmmmmmmmmm. (Darren Heitner, Forbes)

How Erik Murphy measures up: He's only 6'8.5" without shoes, which seems right to me. (Wingspan to Height | Height Without Shoes)

ACC Network not coming soon? Boy, if Florida State's position as the best team in the ACC left it locked into a substandard conference that can't effectively capitalize on the riches in a conference network, that would just be awful. (Michael Smith and John Ourand, SportsBusiness Journal)

Chris Sale eats a lot: I am incredibly envious. (Brian Costa, The Wall Street Journal)

Today's All-Gators Schedule


Opponent Time Coverage
Women's Golf NCAA Championships All day Stats: NCAA.com
Baseball Texas A&M (SEC Tournament) 5:30 p.m. Audio: GatorVision | Video: ESPN3

Your Gators moment of zen:

While I'm glad this exists, and I know it could be worse, I shudder to think of how many people probably needed this video to teach them, essentially, how to use the Internet.

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