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Elizabeth Beisel wins gold medals in first post-Florida competition: And she beat Missy Franklin for one of them. The University of Florida: Where you can sometimes forget a swimmer with multiple Olympic medals was plying her trade, because there's always so much going on. (The Gainesville Sun)
Chloe Mann up for NCAA Woman of the Year: I have never heard of this award. Sounds cool, though! (GatorZone)
Moultrie, Stewart selected to U.S. national softball team: No team has more than two representatives, though Alabama, Arizona, and Tennessee all tie Florida with that many. (GatorZone)
Programming alert: I'll be on Tim Brando's radio show (with guest host Jason Horowitz) today at about 11 a.m. Eastern to talk about Joker Phillips and Uncle Luke. It's on Sirius/XM 91, if you care to tune in and tell me how weird I sounded afterward.
Programming note: Starting a couple different series here today, I hope. Looking forward to them — and to previews, which aren't these series.
Your Gators moments of zen:
Haven't been this hurt as a sports fan since the Jags lost to the titans to go to the Super Bowl in '99— Patric Young (@BigPatYoung4) June 23, 2014
Pat was watching yesterday, too.
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