1 » Former Florida Gators quarterback Tim Tebow was a guest on Golf Channel‘s Morning Drive on Monday. After a sit-down interview with the hosts (Watch), Tebow took to the golf simulator, telling one golf pro’s host that his son should go to Florida over Florida State before lining up and ripping a 343-yard drive.
2 » Atlanta Hawks center Al Horford played 14 minutes as an Eastern Conference reserve during 2015 NBA All-Star festivities on Sunday night. Horford, who finished with the second-highest plus-minus of the game (+11), scored eight points and registered seven boards, second-most on his team. He also had this buzzer-beating, put-back dunk to end the third quarter.
3 » During her weekly press conference on Monday, Gators head gymnastics coach Rhonda Faehn announced that junior All-American gymnast Bridget Sloan is expected to return on Friday when No. 2 Florida takes on No. 3 LSU in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Sloan, who is recovering from a right ankle sprain, has not competed since the start of the season and will be eased back into the rotation by competing on the uneven bars. The meet between two of the nation’s top three teams will stream live nationally on WatchESPN.com (via SEC Network+) at 7 p.m.
4 » Gators junior outfielder Harrison Bader (7/12, 3 HR, 11 RBI, 5 R) was awarded for his tremendously successful weekend, earning SEC Baseball Player of the Week honors from the league on Monday. Bader helped lead Florida to a three-game series-opening sweep over Rhode Island, which OnlyGators.com will break down further Tuesday evening after UF takes on Florida A&M.