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Chomping at Bits: Gators basketball has more to do, Florida gymnastics unfazed by ranking

Florida's accomplished basketball team knows there is still more before it. Florida's accomplished gymnastics team doesn't much care about the number next to its name.

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Gators now set for "next journey": Atlanta, here we come. (Chris Harry, GatorZone)

Previewing Florida heading into the SEC Tournament: Hint: We're the favorite. (Year2, Team Speed Kills)

Patric Young, seer: People made too much of Young's comments on Kentucky's freshmen ("One and done ain't for everyone" was about players like him more than now) last summer when they happened, and making anything of them now seems like bragging. But he was right. (Chris Harry, Harry Fodder | GatorZone)

Sebastien Rousseau leading Gators' swim team: Can he lead it to a national title? (Scott Carter, GatorZone)

Gymnastics unfazed by No. 3 ranking: They know that a) the rankings are still dumb and b) they're the best. (Erica A. Hernandez, The Independent Florida Alligator)

Florida baseball starting slow, and unlucky: Notable: There is hand-calculated BABIP here. Artisanal BABIP, if you will. (Adam Lichtenstein, The Independent Florida Alligator)

Your Gators moment of zen:

Can Khairi Clark sweep a week of moments of zen!?

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