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Chomping at Bits: Lessons from the 2014 NCAA Tournament for Florida

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Florida was always running uphill in its quest for a national championship. But though the Gators ultimately lost, they gained more valuable knowledge about what it takes to win a title.

Ronald Martinez

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Lessons learned from the NCAA Tournament: Yes, I'm leading CAB with something I wrote. Yes, there's a good reason: At least a quarter of it is about Florida. (Andy Hutchins, SB Nation)

Aaron Rhodes earns national, SEC honors: That's what a one-hit shutout will get you. (GatorZone | GatorZone)

What if an SEC team doesn't schedule an out-of-conference power? An interesting question, and the best picture/article combination you'll see today. (Year2, Team Speed Kills)

Will Yeguete, Patric Young earn another honor: They've earned a lot. (GatorZone)

Florida women's golf gets No. 7 seed in NCAA Central Regional: That puts the Gators in good position to make the NCAA Championships. (GatorZone)

Emma Stone is wonderful: Your latest evidence.

Your Gators moments of zen:

Just pretend that this tweet and this Instagram from Damien Jacobs would actually embed.