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WRs coach Kerry Dixon looking for consistency: I think "stability" would work, too. (Scott Carter, GatorZone)
The story of the sombrero: Jim McElwain didn't really explain it all that well, but Deiondre Porter wore one through last week's Gator Walk and there's a picture and see, you clicked! (Scott Carter, GatorZone)
Gators succeeding despite struggles on third down: Florida hasn't been bankrupt on its "money down," but it hasn't been good, either. (Brady Ackerman, Gridiron Now)
Florida volleyball falls at Missouri: This is Florida's first 1-2 start in SEC play under Mary Wise. She's been in orange and blue since 1991. (GatorZone)
The hidden history and modern legacy of Gatorade: I'm gonna write something longer about this later today. (Cindy Spence, Explore Magazine / GatorZone)
Mississippi may be the SEC West favorite: Sure seems possible to me. (The Ghost of Jay Cutler, Red Cup Rebellion)
An interview with Lin-Manuel Miranda: One of our foremost creative minds gives a great interview, it turns out. (Rembert Browne, Grantland)
Former Colorado State player's career ended by aneurysm: One thing that's interesting: Contrasting McElwain's "I won't play a player who isn't ready" line with this player popping in a separated shoulder and not getting his brain scanned for the aneurysm. (Matt L. Stephens, The Coloradoan)
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