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Chomping at Bits: Florida baseball continues College World Series competition

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The Gators take on Louisville tonight in the winner’s bracket.

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Florida continues College World Series run: The Gators meet Louisville tonight at 7:00 p.m. after defeating TCU, 3-0, on Sunday. The Cardinals come to the Gators after besting Texas A&M, 8-4, in the early game that day. Louisville has swept through its six NCAA Tournament games thus far, outscoring opponents 49-22. (Jordan McPherson, SEC Country)

It’s Brady Singer’s turn on the mound: The Gators’ sophomore right-hander will start against Louisville. (Kevin Brockway, Ocala Star Banner)

Additional Omaha updates: On Mike Rivera, Nelson Maldonado, Kevin O’Sullivan’s father day, and extra stats. (Scott Carter, Florida Gators)

On full facemasks and college baseball: Florida’s Ryan Larson wears a cage over the left side of his face after being hit in the head during the SEC Tournament. (Eric Olson, Gainesville Sun)

Dr. Jeff Guin joins the Gators as Senior Associate Athletics Director for the Hawkins Center: Guin comes to UF after serving as Associate Athletics Director for Academics at Texas A&M since August of 2015. Guin earned three of his four degrees at Florida, and was a student basketball manager for the Gators from 1993-1997. (Mary Howard, Florida Gators)

Football booster contribution adjusted for 2018 season: The adjustments will include both contribution increases and decreases (37 percent of seats are scheduled to decrease or remain at the same contribution level). (UAA Communications, Florida Gators)

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