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Chomping at Bits: Florida QB commit Feleipe Franks talks about commitment to Gators

Feleipe Franks talks about his commitment to the Gators, his flip to Florida from LSU, and how he feels about potential competition from other quarterbacks.

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Florida QB commit Feleipe Franks says he's "sold" on the Gators: Franks affirms his commitment to Florida, despite the Gators continued pursuit of other quarterbacks. In the video, Franks also talks about his flip from LSU to Florida, and LSU's continued pursuit of him. (Zach Abolverdi, SEC Country)

Gators begin bowl preparations: The bowl game, and bowl practices, will afford an opportunity for younger players to demonstrate that they are worthy of larger roles in 2016. (Graham Hack, Independent Florida Alligator)

Jim McElwain named AFCA FBS Region 2 Coach of the Year: McElwain won the same award while coaching at Colorado State last year, making him one of six coaches to win the award in consecutive years at two different schools. (GatorZone)

Florida continues to visit recruits this week: Coaches traveled around Florida, Georgia, and Louisiana to visit recruits on Monday. (Zach Abolverdi, SEC Country)

Gators' basketball struggles on offense against Miami: Florida trailed for all but 30 seconds of the game. Dorian Finney-Smith and Devin Robinson shot 9-of-17 from the field, while the Gators' other players combined to shoot 8-of-30 from the field. It's the first time that Florida has lost back to back meetings with Miami since 1985. (Ian Cohen, Independent Florida Alligator)

"It was arguably our worst offensive game, but we're going to have some of those nights. Until we can find some guys who can consistently step up and shoot the basketball from the perimeter, we better be awfully good defensively." - Florida head coach Mike White

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