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Florida men’s basketball re-enters rankings: The Gators check in at No. 20 in this week’s AP poll; marking the first time they have appeared in the rankings since the December 11 poll. Florida has won eight of their last nine games, and is presently atop the SEC standings with a 6-1 league record. (Andrew Kovar, Florida Gators)
Jalen Hudson named Co-SEC Player of the Week: Hudson averaged 19 points per game in the Gators’ two SEC games last week, which included a game-high 17 points in the win over Kentucky. (Andrew Kovar, Florida Gators)
2019 wide receiver John Dunmore decommits from Gators: The four-star pass catcher announced his decision on Twitter. Florida’s 2019 class, which is and was comprised of recruits that committed under Jim McElwain’s regime, has been dwindling in light of Florida’s coaching changes. (Blake Alderman, 247Sports; Graham Hall, Gainesville Sun)
Top targets still left for Florida: Who the Gators are pursuing with National Signing Day looming. (Bob Redman, Scout)
Gators embracing new strength and conditioning regimen: Cece Jefferson discusses Florida’s new tough offseason workouts. (Robbie Andreu, Gainesville Sun)
Literally hit every step in that stadium ..... SHEESH ♂️— Chauncey Gardner-Johnson (@CGJXXIII) January 20, 2018
Florida men’s tennis defeats UCF in season opener: The Gators fell behind early in doubles, but rebounded to improve to 17-0 all-time against the Knights. (Kelly Shipp, Florida Gators)
UF volleyball recruit Thayer Hall named Gatorade Player of the Year: Hall adds another honor to an already impressive list which includes being named Gatorade State Player of the Year for the third straight year, and being selected as MVP of the U-20 Pan Am Cup, despite being the only high school player on the U.S. Women’s Junior National Team. (ESPNW)
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