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Chomping at Bits: Schedule released for Florida's July 25th SEC Network Takeover

You can watch the Gators all day on Monday, July 25th.

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Schedule set for Florida's SEC Network Takeover: The network's programming goes all-Gator on Monday, July 25th. It appears to be pretty well-rounded coverage, airing events and coverage for gymnastics, softball, women's basketball, baseball, track and field, soccer, football, and men's basketball. You can relive the majesty of 2015 Ole Miss at Florida at 1:30 p.m. (I might still have this on my DVR and might still put it on occasionally just for fun) and also watch Florida's 2006 and 2007 basketball championships back-to-back starting at 5:30 p.m. Another treat - the 1997 Sugar Bowl airs at 8:30 p.m. (Daniel Apple, Florida Gators)

Jarrad Davis becoming leader for Florida football: The senior linebacker, who decided to return for his senior season with the Gators rather than enter the NFL Draft, has frequently been cited as one of the hardest workers on the team and was the voice of the Gators at SEC Media Days. (Zach Abolverdi, SEC Country)

Davis is also being recognized for his work with the community off of the field. He is on the watch list for the Wuerffel Trophy, which is presented to college football's top community servant. Davis has volunteered with Habitat for Humanity, Shands Hospital, Boys & Girls Club, and Williams Elementary School in Gainesville. He is one of the nominees for the Allstate AFCA Good Works Team, which recognizes a group of college football players who have made a commitment to service and enriching the lives of others. (Will Pantages, Florida Gators)

Do you want to have dinner inside Florida's IPF? It'll cost you $200. Cocktail hour is on the Sanders Practice Fields. (Daniel Apple, Florida Gators)

Six former Gators participating in National Pro Fastpitch softball league: Kirsti Merritt, Hannah Rogers, and Kelsey Stewart play for the USSSA Pride, who are currently on top of the league standings. Taylore Fuller plays for the Scrap Yard Dawgs. Lauren Haeger and Brittany Schutte play for the Dallas Charge, where UF assistant coach Jennifer Rocha is in her first year as head coach. (Will Pantages, Florida Gators)

Florida baseball players playing in amateur summer leagues: Three Gators are playing for the Team USA Collegiate National Team, which will travel to Taiwan, Japan, and Cuba. Five Gators joined teams in the Cape Cod Baseball League, two Gators are playing in the New York Collegiate Baseball League, and four Gators are playing in the Northwoods League in the Midwest. (Daniel Apple, Florida Gators)

Abby Wambach won an ESPY Icon Award last night: Congrats to Abby!

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