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Chomping at Bits: Florida sweeps 2015-16 SEC All-Sports titles

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Florida won the overall, men's, and women's SEC All-Sports titles for the 15th time. UF is the only school to ever win all three in a single season.

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UF sweeps 2015-16 Gatehouse Media Southeastern Conference All-Sports titles: For the 15th time, the Gators have taken each of the three titles - overall, men and women. UF is the only school to collect all three titles in a single season. Florida won SEC championships in five sports this season - gymnastics, soccer, softball, men's swimming and diving, and women's tennis.  (Florida GatorsPat Dooley, Gainesville Sun)

Florida softball to host Georgia in NCAA Super Regional: Florida won all three games in this past weekend's regional tournament by shutout and this week will be competing in their ninth Super Regional in the last 10 years. The top-seeded Gators will host the Georgia Bulldogs Thursday and Friday. The two SEC rivals have met only once before in the postseason, during the 2010 Women's College World Series. The winner of the series will advance to Oklahoma City for the 2016 Women's College World Series. (Will Pantages, Florida GatorsMatt Brannon, Independent Florida Alligator)

Florida baseball drops series to LSU, earns No. 4 seed in SEC tournament: The Gators finished their regular season with a 6-2 win over the Tigers on Saturday evening but had dropped the previous two games in the series. Florida secured the No. 4 seed in this week's SEC tournament and earned a first round bye. The Gators will play the winner of Tuesday's game between LSU and Tennessee on Wednesday night. (Daniel Apple, Florida GatorsGainesville Sun)

West Virginia expects NCAA to clear Will Grier for 2017 season: West Virigina coach Dana Holgorsen noted that he could not confirm Grier's eligibility until the summer of 2017 but stated that he expects him to be available for the 2017 opener. (Gainesville SunMatt Barbato, SEC Country)

Kirk Herbstreit calls some Gators fans "entitled" on Twitter: A couple of Gator fans on Twitter took exception to Herbstreit picking Tennessee to win the SEC East. Arguing on Twitter is not a good look. (Matt Barbato, SEC CountryBrad Crawford, 247 Sports)

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