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Udonis Haslem, Mike Miller win NBA title with Heat: I am sure this is the only silver lining of last night for Fla. (SB Nation)
Aaron Hernandez spends day under the microscope: It's getting hairy for Chico, who reportedly destroyed surveillance equipment and his phone. And Bianchi (so, y'know) is reporting that he was questioned in a 2007 shooting after the Auburn game, though nothing came of that, but it's a thing that is important, obviously, six years later, and also it's Bianchi. (Barry Petchesky, Deadspin | Mike Bianchi, Orlando Sentinel)
Abby Wambach becomes all-time leading international scorer: The former Gator moved past Mia Hamm with four goals in the first half of the U.S.'s easy win over South Korea last night. (GatorZone | Adam Silverstein, Only Gators)
The College Football Excitement Index: Florida fares ... not well. (Peter Berkes, SB Nation)
Billy Donovan to re-examine Scottie Wilbekin's status in July: This was to be expected. (Andy Katz, ESPN.com)
Florida among nation's best academic/athletic combos: I think the methodology here is pretty stupid, but, hey, woo, whatever. (Arun Mikkilineni and Chris Ritter, BuzzFeed)
IS FLORIDA THE NEW MIAMI? Yes, obviously, and this analysis is 100 percent serious. (The Unsportsmanlike Gentleman)
This is how you rip someone: So clever, so searing. (John Cook, Gawker)
Channing Crowder has a lot of kicks:
Your Gators moment of zen:
These find out next time on Dragon Ball Z tweets are dead now it was funny the first time now its succumb to recycled tweets and corny redos— Up Up and Away (@CheckTheSky) June 21, 2013
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