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Chomping at Bits: Florida men's basketball picked to finish sixth in SEC

The Gators are projected to be a bit above average in the SEC in Mike White's first season.

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Florida men's basketball picked to finish sixth in the SEC: The Gators are comfortable flying under the radar and aren't putting much stock in preseason predictions. (Kevin Brockway, Gainesville Sun)

SEC hoops has talented, proven new coaches: In addition to new Florida coach Mike White, the SEC added some star power this offseason to its coaching ranks with the hires of Ben Howland (Mississippi State), Rick Barnes (Tennessee) and Avery Johnson (Alabama). (Kevin Brockway, Gainesville Sun)

Gators believe Treon Harris will improve, help lead them to victory over Georgia (again): Coach Jim McElwain also talks about Harris and the lack of production in the running game. (Edgar Thompson, Orlando Sentinel)

Florida soccer wins on buzzer-beater: If you haven't watched it yet, you should. (Alligator Army)

Steve Spurrier signs with Creative Arts Agency: Which of course leads to speculation that he is gearing up for some broadcasting duties. (Terrance Harris, SEC Country)

Advanced stats from Florida-LSU: The conclusion reached: It was a pretty even (and fun) game. (Bill Connelly and millsGT49, Football Study Hall)

This Week in Schadenfreude: There were some requests that I link this in a CAB so here it is! Enjoy the pain of Texas A&M, Missouri, Ole Miss and poor, poor Michigan. (Ryan Nanni, SB Nation)

Florida Football Trivia:
Which Gator holds the record for most career interceptions returned for touchdowns? And how many did he have?
B) Which Gator receiver has the most career 100-yard games? And how many did he have?

Put your guess in the comments and I'll confirm the right answer for each (or closest as far as the number answers go). Much like most trivia, this will be much more fun if you try to answer without looking it up first.

The comments are yours.