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Gators slide to No. 23 in latest poll: Florida men’s basketball team dropped three spots in the AP poll after splitting their two contests last week. (Gainesville Sun)
Florida vs. Georgia game previews: The Gators face one of the conference’s better defenses away from home and will attempt to keep Bulldogs senior forward Yante Maten in check. (Chris Harry, Florida Gators; Kevin Brockway, Gainesville Sun)
On Chris Chiozza: Mike White notes that Cheese is easily one of the most important players to his team in the country. (Gene Frenette, Florida Times Union)
John Egbunu still not cleared for contact: Egbunu, who was originally estimated to return in late January, is day-to-day and not yet cleared for contact. Egbunu will need to go through contact practices in order to return to game action. (Kevin Brockway, Gainesville Sun)
Linebacker position preview: Ahead of National Signing Day, looking at how the Gators may be situated at linebacker in 2018. (David Wunderlich, Gator Country)
2019 OL Andrew Coker decommits from Gators: Another member of Florida’s 2019 class has reopened his recruitment. The three-star offensive tackle had committed to Jim McElwain’s staff back in June 2017. The Gators are down to three commitments for the 2019 class. (Brian Stultz, SEC Country)
Four Gators selected to Baseball America’s preseason All-American team: Juniors Michael Byrne and Brady Singer were named to the first team while classmates Jackson Kowar (second team) and Jonathan India (third team) also received recognition. (Daniel Apple, Florida Gators)
Florida baseball preview: Coming off the program’s first national championship, UF baseball coach Kevin O’Sullivan wants this year’s team to embrace a fresh start. (Scott Carter, Florida Gators)
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