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Offensive lineman TJ McCoy reportedly enters NCAA transfer portal: McCoy started nine games in 2017 before suffering a season-ending injury. He was beaten out for the starting job in 2018 by Nick Buchanan. You can track reported transfer portal entrants around college football here, if you so choose. (Thomas Goldkamp, 247Sports)
The players Florida relies on to host recruits: You do have to be a member to read, but the article includes insight into the visitor pairings, Randy Russell’s involvement, which players are most successful with recruits, and more. (Will Sammon, The Athletic) ($)
Gator softball picked to win SEC: Florida is the favorite to be crowned conference champs again. The Gators received ten of the 13 coaches’ votes in the league.(Gainesville Sun)
Florida track and field season preview: A beautiful Adobe Spark look at one of the Gators’ successful sports. (Florida Gators)
The latest weekly rankings are coming in with a ! #GoGators— Florida Gators (@FloridaGators) January 16, 2019
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Reviewing Florida’s 2018 pass-catching distribution: And what to expect in 2019. (David Wunderlich, Gator Country)
Critical offseason goals for Gator football: Five ways Florida can build on its 2018 success. (Neil Blackmon, Saturday Down South)
UF has second-most underclassmen draft entries in SEC: Five Gators put their name in the hat, second only to Alabama’s seven. (Gainesville Sun)
College football teams whose performance most differed from recruiting rankings: The Gators were right on target. (Alex Kirshner, SB Nation)
#10YearsChallenge#GatorStandard— Dan Mullen (@CoachDanMullen) January 16, 2019