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Chomping at Bits: The wake of the 2014 NFL Draft is mostly about Michael Sam's moment

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Michael Sam's story came to be the defining narrative of the end of the 2014 NFL Draft. It'll be news this week, too.

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Michael Sam gets to begin his journey now: And thank goodness for that. (Bill Connelly, Rock M Nation)

Learning to let go of hate: "Cynical people will say the Rams drafted Sam for publicity. I really don’t care. This was something that needed to happen." Forcing people to deal with reality matters. (Al W. Koala, allawallakoala)

Meyer, Muschamp even on NFL Draft picks through three years: Interesting factoid, but I don't know what conclusions to draw. (Thomas Goldkamp, 247Sports)

#FLax moves on to Elite Eight: And it took eight hours. (GatorZone | Chris Harry, GatorZone)

Florida softball gets No. 5 seed: The Gainesville Regional should be no trouble, but Washington coming to town afterward might dredge up old memories. (GatorZone)

Florida's tennis teams make Sweet Sixteen: A bigger deal for the men. (Scott Carter, GatorZone | Chris Harry, GatorZone)

Assistant strength coach leaving for Missouri State: Florida just churns out good support people. (Chris Harry, Harry Fodder | GatorZone)

Women's history and baseball: This was a great Mother's Day read. (Steven Goldman, SB Nation)

Your Gators moments of zen:

Will Yeguete, forever the best of us. (C.A.R. = The Central African Republic.)

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