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Billy Horschel leads U.S. Open through 36 holes: Sure, he's sharing the lead with some Mickelson guy. But, whatever: A kid from Brevard County and Florida is leading the U.S. Open. The 321 is representing this weekend. (Brendan Porath, SB Nation | U.S. Open Leaderboard)
Florida's track trophy on the way: The Gators lost a coin flip to Texas A&M and didn't get to take a trophy home last week, but the NCAA is providing. (Scott Carter, Carter's Corner | GatorZone)
Far too early Week 1 previews: I agree that these are far too early. (Morgan Moriarty, Our Two Bits)
What's the last Beatles album? I had no idea this was a debate. Then again, I'm not old. (Rob Sheffield, Pop Life | Rolling Stone)
Stop being annoying on Twitter: I'm proud to be mostly skeptical of these rather crappy ploys for attention. (Benjamin Hart, The Awl)
But this really is a must-read: Unless, you know, you're in the habit of passing up stories about driving like a maniac to get to the hospital when your child is literally hanging out of your wife. (Matt Crossman, SB Nation Longform)
Your Gators moment of zen: This is apparently what you say before playing a round and taking a share of the lead into the weekend.
Well crazy day of golf. Wait around, play a hole, wait around more then play to darkness. Played solid just no putts went in. Long day 2mrw!— Billy Horschel (@BillyHo_Golf) June 14, 2013
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