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Chomping at Bits: Florida reports third largest athletic surplus for 2015-16 season

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The Gators were among the nation's best at managing their finances.

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UF finished 2015-16 season with nation’s third largest surplus: In a report released by USA Today, the Gators athletics program reported generating $141.million in total revenue, the eight most in the nation, while having expenses of $121.3 million. (Graham Hall, Gainesville Sun; Matt Murschel, Orlando Sentinel; Thomas Goldkamp, 247Sports)

On Marcell Harris’ selection for SEC Media Days: The fifth-year senior safety will be a key part of Florida’s defense this season. (Scott Carter, Florida Gators)

Safeties that could replace C.J. Smith in the Gators’ class: Smith decommitted earlier this week. (Zach Abolverdi, SEC Country)

Five Gators to participate in SEC Student-Athlete Leadership Council and Student-Athlete Advisory Committee: Florida’s committee representatives are pole vaulter Harry Glasser and soccer defender Courtney Douglas. Offensive lineman Martez Ivey, basketball forward/center Kevarrius Hayes, and women’s basketball forward Haley Lorenzen will serve as representatives for their respective sports on the Leadership Council. (Denver Parler, Florida Gators)

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