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Florida among teams with Vegas over/unders out: I think Vegas is likely to make money on its Gators line. (Bud Elliott, SB Nation)
Johnny Magliozzi signs with the Mets: He got lots of practice in for being alternately brilliant and frustrating in orange and blue in over the last couple of years. (GatorZone)
Bradley Beal is awesome: One of the things that he considered while deciding to go pro? Whether he was short-changing himself by not staying at Florida. I love Brad. (Jeremy Hyman, Washington Wizards)
C'yontai Lewis ruled ineligible for senior year of football: Something smells fishy here. (Aaron Suttles, Tuscaloosa News)
Florida target Jamal Adams to commit on August 1: Adams has been trending toward the Gators of late. (Wescott Eberts, SB Nation)
Dylan Moses, the latest latest, greatest thing: This seems like an overwritten profile of a person who is not particularly interesting at this point in time. I still enjoyed it. (Kevin Van Valkenburg, ESPN The Magazine)
Your Gators moment of zen: Go Gators. Go justice.
John Guy, who delivered the opening statement in the Zimmerman trial, used to work in The Sun sports department in the early 1990s.— Robbie Andreu (@RobbieAndreu) June 25, 2013
Guy covered sports for us, including some UF football, while he was in law school at Florida. Really good guy. And a good prosecutor.— Robbie Andreu (@RobbieAndreu) June 25, 2013
Guy was not the attorney who began his part of the George Zimmerman trial with a knock-knock joke.
Your Gators moment of zen, Part 2: Well, it would have been Leon Orr tweeting about Candy Crush Saga, if he hadn't deleted the tweet.
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