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The Gators have 935 pounds of leadership, toughness and girth to replace on the offensive line this year.
Let's be honest. The UF baseball team isn't a national contender, and Kevin O'Sullivan hasn't turned it into a powerhouse overnight. He's not a miracle worker.
With all the injuries to his team, UF coach Urban Meyer joked that he doesn't know how the Gators will even play their spring game Saturday.
I don't know. And that's not because I'm just of average intelligence. You don't know either, and there's a good chance you're smarter than I am.
Maybe you're already making travel plans to Pasadena, Calif., for next January. I don't blame you. All signs point to the Gators playing for their third national championship in four years - and probably winning it.
A little less than a year ago, Urban Meyer said it would be hard to keep incoming freshman defensive tackle Omar Hunter off the field. Meyer could have shoved all of Hunter's 308 pounds out there with the first team defense when he arrived in Gainesville. And he wasn't bashful about praising Hunter's abilities, calling him the Tim Tebow of last year's recruiting class.
Two years ago, when linebacker Brandon Siler and safety Reggie Nelson decided to leave early for the NFL, UF coach Urban Meyer remembers seeing "red flags."
Last time I checked, Goliath didn't have home-turf advantage against David.
It was the best news the UF women's basketball players had heard in three years, and they were wishing for something better.
It's hard to see it behind her meek smile.
The Gators will get good news on March 15. After a one-year hiatus, they'll be back in the NCAA Tournament. The UF logo will flash on the television screen, and the players and coaching staff will be able to breathe a sigh of relief. Their reputation as a prominent basketball program will be back.
BATON ROUGE, La. - Maybe Marcus Thornton had an extra helping of Wheaties on Tuesday morning.
It doesn't matter.
An ex-girlfriend of UF offensive lineman Carl Johnson, who was arrested Monday on charges of violating a sexual violence restraining order, wrote in a petition to obtain a restraining order that he "date raped" her three separate times from September to November 2008, according to court documents.
Here's what Nick Calathes excels at and why NBA teams will draft him:
With 0.6 seconds left, Nick Calathes finally became like the rest of his teammates.
She cruises around town, car windows down, maybe even a foot sticking out the window.
Alex Tyus' shoulders better be even broader than they appear.
Amanda Butler walked into the postgame media area with orange-and-blue Gators flip-flops flip-flopping with her.