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No. 1 Florida baseball finishes regular season with series at LSU: The Gators play a three-game series with No. 8 LSU in Baton Rouge beginning tonight. This will be the sixth top-10 match-up of the season for Florida. The Gators currently hold a half-game lead at the top of the SEC, with six teams within one game of them. (Daniel Apple, Florida Gators)
"Eye on the Gators: Softball" to air on Fox Sports Sun: An all-access program on Florida softball will air today at 4:30 p.m., and will be shown seven more times after (times listed in the article). The show will look at the state of the program, Tim Walton's career, and the Gators' pitching history. (Will Pantages, Florida Gators)
The top-seeded Gators host an NCAA Regional this weekend featuring Alabama State, Florida Atlantic, and UCF. Florida will face Alabama State on Friday.
Florida men's golf team ties for second at NCAA Regional Championship: The second place finish earned the Gators a spot in the NCAA Championship. (Emily Padgett, Florida Gators)
UF and UAA hold two-day course with National Center for Spectator Sports Safety and Security: The agencies in attendance shared information regarding hosting large athletic and public events. (Denver Parler, Florida Gators)
Alabama offers Florida commit Kadarius Toney: The Crimson Tide offered the dual-threat quarterback as an athlete, possibly at slot receiver. Toney is reported to have said that Florida's staff had indicated that he will get a shot to play quarterback but could move to another position if that does not work out. Toney wants to play quarterback but is open to playing another position. (Ben Thomas, Alabama Local News)
24 hours of Florida Gators on July 25th: The SEC Network's Takeover special is back, with each SEC school receiving their own day of programming. Paul Finebaum opened the name of each school in a 'draft lottery' to schedule the days.
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