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Florida announces mid-season enrollees; starts offseason strength and conditioning program: The Gators announced nine new additions, including wide receiver transfers Van Jefferson and Trevon Grimes, who will seek waivers for immediate eligibility. Florida will start its revamped strength and conditioning regimen under new coach Nick Savage. (Will Pantages, Florida Gators)
Keith Stone coming out of “dark place”: Stone admits that criticism earlier in the season had gotten him down. He has averaged 16 points and 6.8 rebounds over his last four games after averaging 5.8 PPG and 3.2 RPG through the first 13 games; and had a career-high 23-point performance in the Gators’ loss to Ole Miss. (Ryan Young, SEC Country)
Hello there, John.— Chris Harry (@GatorsChris) January 15, 2018
Egbunu cleared for non-contact, non-competitive drills. No change to late-January-at-the-earliest timeline.
Ballard, out the last two games with illness, is back at practice, also. #Gators pic.twitter.com/XpcGWK6yac
Previewing Florida’s 2018 running back situation: On the Gators’ new additions and returning running backs. (David Wunderlich, Gator Country)
Gator gymnasts falls to LSU: Florida hosted the top-ranked Tigers on Friday in front of a sold-out home crowd. (Pat Dooley, Gainesville Sun)
This is a gymnastics crowd. pic.twitter.com/C8UZBugKI9— Rowdy Reptiles (@MBKRowdies) January 13, 2018
Tokyo’s Waseda University visits UF to study athletic department: Japan’s education ministry and sports agency wants college athletics to generate additional revenue through games and tournaments. (Scott Carter, Florida Gators)
Florida women’s basketball falls to LSU: The Gators drop their fourth consecutive game. (Kathy Cafazzo, Florida Gators)
When you are on your way to work on a Saturday and your boss @ScottStricklin is running the Gainesville half marathon route in 46*.....you realize you better start working a little harder in 2018. #grinder Go Gators! pic.twitter.com/hQIMO2ZmuV— Tim Walton (@_TimWalton) January 13, 2018