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Chomping at Bits: Florida Gators commits take on The Opening 2013

Will Grier is leading a group of Florida commits at Nike's recruiting/training event.

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Florida commits do well on first day of The Opening: Names to note in this chart of SPARQ results: Commits Khairi Clark, Dalvin Cook, and Will Grier, and 2015 prospect and Florida lean George Campbell. (Bud Elliott, SB Nation)

More on Odin Lloyd, Hernandez's juvenile incident, Hernandez jerseys selling: Just gonna keep throwing these links in here somewhere other than the top item. Note, reading the second link, that Hernandez wasn't going to be charged until the victim complained of a ruptured eardrum (which he learned of after refusing medical treatment at the site), and then cops recommended a felony battery charge that never transpired. (Liz Merrill, ESPN | Rachel Bachman, The Wall Street Journal | Barry Petchesky, Deadspin)

Alex Tyus is headed back to Israel: Good spot for him, and his wife. (Kevin Brockway, Hoops Scoop | The Gainesville Sun)

USA U19 team chugging along: Billy and MF II, still making things happen. (Scott Carter, Carter's Corner | GatorZone)

Former Florida sprinter wins Olympic medal while battling cancer: Novlene Williams-Mills is a boss. (Laura Williamson, The Daily Mail via Only Gators)

The rules of reporting a police operation: Two interesting sides to this debate, which is framed around a sex sting that occurred last week in Gainesville. (Doug Ray, After Deadline | The Gainesville Sun / Ben Tobias)

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