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Jim McElwain discusses quarterback transfers: McElwain spoke about the increase in quarterback transfers occurring in college football and discussed both sides of the issue (whether the player is transferring to avoid sitting/competition or for a change of scenery out of a bad situation), noting that each player's transfer situation was different. (Edgar Thompson, Orlando Sentinel; Roger Kuznia, SEC Country)
Jordon Scott tours UF facilities: Scott, who is quickly becoming my favorite recruit, was given a tour of UF's latest facility upgrade, the $25 million Otis Hawkins Center for Academic and Personal Excellence and shared his opinions about the building. (Zach Abolverdi, SEC Country)
Had a great day in the Swamp theres definitely no other place I wanna be Im committed to UF #Swamp17 #GatorNation pic.twitter.com/3bSPyuMGmQ— Jordon Scott (@Fat_Mac34) June 4, 2016
Jeremy Foley explains why the SEC won't move to nine conference games: The answer, as you may have guessed, is money. (Thomas Goldkamp, 247 Sports)
Jonathan Bullard agrees to contract with Chicago Bears: Bullard agreed to a four year deal with the Bears, who selected him 72nd overall in the third round. (Gainesville Sun; Mark Potash, Chicago Sun Times)
Max Garcia visits White House with Broncos as Super Bowl Champs:
Off to the White House ! See you soon @POTUS #SB50Champs pic.twitter.com/YGN3URVzio— Max Garcia (@MGarcia_76) June 6, 2016
As 247 Sports pointed out, the other player in the photo with Garcia is Ty Sambrailo, an offensive lineman from Colorado State who played for Jim McElwain from 2012-14.
Check out @MGarcia_76 of @Norcross_FB in prime position behind #POTUS @BarackObama today. @norcrosssports #Norcross pic.twitter.com/HaLgGSvpaF— Will Hammock (@willhammock) June 6, 2016
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