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Chomping at Bits: Florida and UConn schedule men’s basketball home-and-home series

The Gators and Huskies will meet the next two seasons.

NCAA Basketball: Kentucky at Florida Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports

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UF and UConn agree to men’s basketball home-and-home series: The Gators will travel to Connecticut on November 21, 2019, while the Huskies will make an appearance in Gainesville during the 2020-2021 season. (Denver Parler, Florida Gators)

Todd Grantham reportedly interviewed with Cincinnati Bengals on Tuesday: As Andy noted on Monday, Grantham is a candidate for the Bengals’ open DC job. (John Sheeran, Cincy Jungle; Chris Low, ESPN)

Renovated Katie Seashole Pressly Stadium makes its debut: The full-scale remodel features a 360-degree open concourse, increased seating capacity with chair-back seats, shade structures for fans, an elevated press box, office space, expanded dugouts, a larger lounge, and a new locker room. (Zach Abolverdi, Gainesville Sun)

Gator pledges assisting on recruiting trail: Dan Mullen credits Florida recruits for helping to secure four-star wide receiver Arjei Henderson’s commitment before he even officially visited Gainesville. (Jacquie Franciulli, Rivals)

Defensive line starts on clean slate with new position coach: David Turner wants to start anew with his linemen. (Bob Redman, 247Sports)

Comparing Florida’s recruiting classes to the other members of the Sunshine State’s big-three: So Florida State and Miami - with UCF thrown in for good measure. (Bob Redman, 247Sports)

Florida vs. Vanderbilt preview: The Gators hope to right the ship at home against the ‘Dores tonight after dropping four of their last five. (Chris Harry, Florida Gators)