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Chomping at Bits: Florida men’s golf wins NCAA Regional with record score

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The Gators won the regional title for the first time since 2011 and for the fifth time overall.

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Florida men’s golf wins NCAA Regional: With a record breaking score, the Gators won the NCAA Kissimmee Regional and advance to the NCAA Championships. The Gators shot a final-round 271 (-17), the lowest single round to par in program history. By the end of the tournament, they were 42-under-par to set the new program record by five strokes en route to winning the event by 12 shots. (Andrew Kovar, Florida Gators; Jake Dreilinger, Independent Florida Alligator)

Dan Mullen discusses the Gators’ schedule: Florida’s head coach discussed being open to scheduling more marquee games and expressed some displeasure with the Gators’ front-loaded home schedule. (Thomas Goldkamp, 247Sports)

Florida recruiting: Prospects will be participating in spring football games this week. (Zach Abolverdi, SEC Country)

Gators need to focus on roster balance: The offensive line is one position group where there has been some mismanagement in the past. (Thomas Goldkamp, 247Sports)

Former SEC Commissioner Mike Slive died at age 77: Slive was the conference’s leader from 2002 to 2015. (Edgar Thompson, Orlando Sentinel; Dan Wetzel, Yahoo Sports; Andy Staples, Sports Illustrated)

Gator signee John Huggins on rival FSU: Huggins was once committed to the Seminoles, but didn’t feel pursued by the new staff. (Ryan Young, SEC Country)

UF baseball in Mississippi for regular season wrap-up: The top-ranked Gators have a three-game series with Mississippi State on deck, with game one tonight at 7:30 p.m. (Daniel Apple, Florida Gators)

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