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Chomping at Bits: No. 1 seed Florida defeats Georgia Tech, advances to Super Regional

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The Gators will next host FSU.

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No. 1 seeded Gators defeat Georgia Tech, advance to Super Regional: Florida defeated No. 2 seed Georgia Tech 10-1 in the finale of the Gainesville Regional; having previously won games over Bethune-Cookman and UConn. The Gators outscored their regional opponents 25-9. Florida will next host Florida State, winners of the Tallahassee Regional. The Gators won all three of their regular season games against the Seminoles. Dates and times for that series will be announced later. Florida joined Louisville as the second college baseball team to reach 50 wins. (Alex Maminakis, Orlando SentinelKevin Brockway, Gainesville SunScott Carter, Florida Gators)

Peter Alonso shines in return : Alonso hit a two-run homer on his second pitch of his first at bat in 10 games, during Florida's Friday victory over Bethune-Cookman. (Garry Smits, Florida Times UnionThomas Goldkamp, 247 Sports)

Jeremy Foley sends UF coaches Pepper Hamilton report on Baylor: Foley sent an email to Florida's coaches with the report and reminded them of their duties if confronted with a claim. (Edgar Thompson, Orlando Sentinel)

Former Florida defensive end William Green joins Gators as graduate assistant: Green was a freshman in 2008 on Florida's national title team and played for the Gators for four years. (Scott Carter, Florida Gators)

SEC to offer booth replays on big screens in SEC football stadiums: Previously, only the replays from the television feeds were shown on the in-stadium screens. Now, the videos that the replay officials are viewing will be shown. SEC commissioner Grey Sankey also wants SEC institutions that refuse to show replays of controversial calls against home teams to stop that practice. (Brandon Marcello, SEC Country)

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