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Three-star DT Jordon Scott decommits from Florida: Scott had originally committed to Florida in May. The 350-pound Scott had called himself “a DB at heart” and had been featured in an SEC Country piece touring UF’s new Hawkins Center. The Gators now have 15 commitments in the 2017 class, including two defensive tackles in four-star Fred Hansard and junior college transfer Javier Edwards. (Zach Abolverdi, SEC Country; Luke Stampini, 247 Sports; Corey Bender, Scout)
Gators entering tough stretch: Florida will be on the road for three of their next four games. The Gators will play both of their SEC West opponents, and rival Florida State, away from The Swamp. (Jordan McPherson, Miami Herald)
Profile of Jordan Scarlett: Scarlett’s grandfather, who passed away in 2009, is an important part of his life. (Scott Carter, Florida Gators)
A message from new UF athletic director Scott Stricklin: Stricklin released a letter to Gator fans. (Florida Gators)
Florida recruiting: On the ongoing battle between Florida and Alabama for recruits, four-star LB K.J. Britt choosing Auburn over Florida and Georgia, and clips of current Florida commits in action. (Zach Abolverdi, SEC Country)
Arkansas focused on stopping the run: After allowing 543 rushing yards to Auburn, the Razorbacks hope to prevent Florida from getting their ground game going. (Bob Holt and Tom Murphy, Northwest Arkansas Democratic Gazette)
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