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Patric Young continues to detail pre-draft process: This account includes a tale of Scottie Wilbekin nearly setting a Knicks record in a drill ... then paying the price. (Patric Young, Only Gators)
Florida has hills to climb to win track titles: Basically, Florida's going to contend for both trophies in Eugene, but isn't the favorite for either one. (John Auka, Track & Field News | Jack Pfeifer, Track & Field News)
Dedric Dukes, Mike Holloway honored: Makes sense. (GatorZone)
How Billy Donovan can scratch his NBA itch: I like this idea, and I think Donovan very much deserves the opportunity. (David Gardner, Sports Illustrated)
How Dominique Easley could revolutionize the Patriots' pass rush: You want lavish praise? Well... (Doug Farrar, Audibles | Sports Illustrated)
Do quarterbacks get worse after sacks? It would seem so. (Ace Anbender, mgoblog)
Could Devin Robinson start for Florida basketball? I doubt it. But we'll see. (Kevin Brockway, Hoops Scoop | The Gainesville Sun)
Florida pulls rare QB recruiting coup: It's not often that you follow two top-tier QBs with another. (Zach Abolverdi, Gator Prospectus | The Gainesville Sun)
Cara Canington details NCAA Career in Sports experience: Interesting insight on something we don't think about much. (Cara Canington, Inside Lacrosse)
A Publix-Whole Foods merger? Why it does, and doesn't, make sense. (Margie Manning, Charlotte Business Journal)
Is softball sexist? Relevant, especially after last week. (Emma Span, The New York Times)
Stop getting fooled by fake news: You're enriching people who do nothing but perpetrate fraud. (Emmet Rensin, New Republic)
The aftershocks of Mack Brown's resignation: It mattered a lot, as it turns out. (Max Olson, ESPN)
How Kansas screwed over its students: Please never be this venal, UAA. (Sam Mellinger, The Kansas City Star)
Your Gators moments of zen: If you follow Alligator Army on Facebook — and if you don't, you should — you've already seen "This is Gainesville." If you haven't: Watch it.
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