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Jim McElwain on the arrest of freshmen wide receivers Tyrie Cleveland and Rick Wells: McElwain told Sportscenter that Cleveland and Wells "will be dealt with" and emphasized that while they had freedom of choice in their actions, they don't have freedom from consequences. (Edgar Thompson, Orlando Sentinel; Zach Abolverdi, SEC Country; Matt Baker, Tampa Bay Times)
The 'freedom of choice, not freedom of consequence' mantra appears to be one McElwain has shared with the team:
We all have freedom of choice but we don't have the freedom of consequence.— Jalen Tabor (@_31Flavorz) July 20, 2016
Where this on my wrist everyday never take it off . Coach Mac taught me a life lesson. pic.twitter.com/bDZguUcHVN— Jalen Tabor (@_31Flavorz) July 20, 2016
Jim McElwain participates in ESPN's SEC Car Wash: McElwain was unsurprisingly asked about the arrest of freshmen wide receivers Tyrie Cleveland and Rick Wells and Florida's quarterback situation during his time at ESPN. (Chris Harry, Florida Gators; Robbie Andreu, Gainesville Sun)
Steve Spurrier attended three of Florida's practices this spring, and Jim McElwain said it was a treat to talk ball with the HBC afterward.— Chris Low (@ClowESPN) July 19, 2016
Jalen Tabor completes media tour in NYC: Tabor toured the set of Good Morning America, visited NFL headquarters, and gave interviews to Sirius XM Radio and Sports Illustrated, in addition to participating in a Facebook Live video session and Periscope during his visit. (Robbie Andreu, Gainesville Sun; Garry Smits, Florida Times Union; Philip Rossman-Reich, SEC Country; Edgar Thompson, Orlando Sentinel)
#TaborTookNYC pic.twitter.com/0nt4esVEEj— Gators Football (@GatorsFB) July 19, 2016
Florida center Cameron Dillard discusses adoption of new baby: Dillard and his wife are parents to a two-month old son. (Robbie Andreu, Gainesville Sun)
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