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Dante Fowler looking to make good on potential: Cutting out Big Macs and slimming down into a monster is a great start. (Scott Carter, GatorZone)
Steve Addazio reflects on mistake made under Urban Meyer: As if there was only one. (Pete Roussel, Coaching Search)
2014 college football media guides list: Bookmark this. (C.J. Schexnayder, Football Study Hall)
Should Northwestern schedule FCS teams? Should anyone? (Kevin Trahan, Inside NU)
SEC teams need to do better by ticket-buyers: Same old drumbeat. (Ron Higgins, The Times-Picayune)
The Hargrave Four: Worth your lunch break. (Chad Nielsen, SB Nation)
Can you name every FBS team? Also worth your lunch break. (Sporcle)
Fox Sports set for another year of college football coverage: And swapping Dave Wannstedt in for Erin Andrews is just a great move, lemme tell you. (Richard Deitsch, SI.com)
Ryan Lochte's diet: I've never seen swimmers' huge meals this well explained. (Matthew Knight, CNN)
A tiered approach to SEC basketball: It's Florida-Kentucky, then everyone else. (Rock M Nation)
Does Jameis Winston get too much scrutiny? Does having five distinct run-ins with cops as a public figure not deserve scrutiny? No. Does Winston also deserve accuracy and fairness? Yes. (Richard Johnson, The Independent Florida Alligator)
Thanking Michelle Beadle: Women in sports had it hard even before Twitter empowered every yahoo with a Yahoo account. (Will Leitch, Sports on Earth)
The latest, greatest baseball phenom: I'm a sucker for these stories. (Jeff Passan, Yahoo Sports)
Arian Foster schools Houston media: Arian Foster will forever be my favorite Vol. (Dave Zangaro, CSN Houston)
How one New England supermarket may be a pioneer: Also worth your lunch break. (Chris Faraone, Esquire)
Your Gators moment of zen:
That's perfect, Chris Thompson.
And the Florida student who ended up with a giant Chili's chili pepper, as detailed by Kyle Follansbee in The Independent Florida Alligator, has gotten his pepper back.
He got his pepper back, pepper back, pepper back... It was stolen but now Daniel and his pepper are reunited! pic.twitter.com/raEympuffd— Chili's Grill & Bar (@Chilis) July 30, 2014
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