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Friday, April 12, 2024

Ethan Bauer


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Seek out your own Alligator experience

I have an Alligator ‘a’ tattooed on my right forearm, and many of my friends and family thought it was a terrible idea. But it’s been about a year and a half since I got that bulky black ‘a’ sewn into my skin forever, and just yesterday, I looked down at it while showering and thought, “Man, this was a great idea.”

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Dyandria Anderson

Florida guard Dyandria Anderson, who set a new career high in points against Oklahoma, said while she and her teammates enjoyed arguably their best win of the season, they need to retain the lessons learned from it. “We can’t just forget about them," Anderson said.  

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Women's Basketball

Nearly eight months after he was hired to replace ousted coach Amanda Butler, Cameron Newbauer is set to test his offensive game plan Saturday afternoon at 4 when the Gators women's basketball team takes on Georgia State at the O’Connell Center.

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Nearly eight months after he was hired to replace ousted coach Amanda Butler, Cameron Newbauer is set to test his offensive game plan Saturday afternoon at 4 when the Gators women's basketball team takes on Georgia State at the O’Connell Center.

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Quarterbacks

Coach Jim McElwain has yet to make clear which of his top three QBs —  Luke Del Rio (left), Malik Zaire (right) and Feleipe Franks — will start.  

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The tree Sean crashed into is marked by a cross. “RIP Sean” is scrawled across it in permanent marker, along with “RIP — Kate will miss you.”

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Chris Stokes greets a young churchgoer on Sunday outside the New Beginning Christian Worship Center in Micanopy. About 20 children attended the service.

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Sean’s paintings hang on the wall in the family’s living room. When he was in fourth grade, Sean’s art was displayed in an exhibition at the Thomas Center in Gainesville.

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The basketball court in the family’s yard isn’t used much anymore. But relatives and friends come over and play sometimes, so a ball and hoop remain.

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