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Searching for Odin Lloyd: The New York Times put multiple reporters on Lloyd's story and still came up with little more than his football history. (Bill Pennington, The New York Times)
Urban Meyer tried to help Aaron Hernandez: This is part of why the "enabling" stuff rings so false: Urban was, typically, trying to help his troubled players. (Pat Dooley, The Gainesville Sun)
Walk-on punter arrested for DUI: My guess is that he is not a walk-on punter for much longer. (Adam Silverstein, Only Gators)
Chandler Parsons among Houston's Dwight Howard welcoming party: Kinda nuts that he's that guy for a team now, but he is. (Jonathan Feigen, Houston Chronicle)
There is an atheist monument in Starke: One of the disproportionalities of American life: This is apparently the first public atheist monument in the country? (Morgan Watkins, The Gainesville Sun)
How "pick-up artists" are really just jerks: A long, important read. (Lily Benson)
College used to be so cheap: And then a generation that got cheap college slammed the door behind it. (Danny Westneat, The Seattle Times)
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