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SIX BITS: Baseball wins, Baker OK, seven Gators qualify, tennis updates, lacrosse rookie of year

May 28, 2010 | By Adam Silverstein

1 » Faced with elimination, top-seeded No. 4 Florida Gators baseball (41-4) rode past the No. 12 Arkansas Razorbacks (40-18) 5-4 in the 2010 Southeastern Conference Tournament on Thursday at Regions Park...

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TWO BITS: Ingram’s return, Rivers’ planned visits

May 27, 2010 | By Adam Silverstein

1 » Last week, former Florida Gators tight end Cornelius Ingram opened up to the Philadelphia Enquirer about his recovery from a second ACL surgery and ambition about returning to the practice...

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Pouncey avoids major injury in Steelers camp

May 27, 2010 | By Adam Silverstein

Though NFL mini camps are non-contact, former Florida Gators center Maurkice Pouncey escaped serious injury Thursday after Pittsburgh Steelers guard Trai Essex accidentally stepped with his full weight on his big left...

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TWO BITS: Tebow up to No. 3, Hall on Williams

May 27, 2010 | By Adam Silverstein

1 » During mini camp at the Dove Valley facility, Denver Broncos rookie quarterback Tim Tebow was elevated to the No. 3 position on the team’s depth chart – ahead of Tom...

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TWO BITS: Pouncey, Cunningham rookie starters?

May 27, 2010 | By Adam Silverstein

1 » Though Maurkice Pouncey earned major recognition as a center with the Florida Gators, his short-term future looks to be as a starting right guard for the Pittsburgh Steelers, the team...

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Florida set to take on UCF in new Amway Center

May 26, 2010 | By Adam Silverstein

Florida Gators basketball has been dead-set on bolstering its 2010-11 out-of-conference schedule since last season ended. They advanced this cause Wednesday, agreeing to face the Central Florida Knights in a neutral-site game...

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FOUR BITS: Baseball falls; two tennis Ws, one L

May 26, 2010 | By Adam Silverstein

1 » Coming into the 2010 Southeastern Conference Tournament on a high after winning the SEC regular season title, No. 4 Florida Gators baseball (40-14) was brought down a notch with a...

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FOUR BITS: Rosario, Andrews, softball, NFL

May 26, 2010 | By Adam Silverstein

1 » ESPN’s Andy Katz reports that Rutgers transfer guard Mike Rosario, who was hoping to enroll at the University of Florida for its Summer A session, will instead join the Florida...

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FOUR BITS: Shipman playing football, two signees

May 26, 2010 | By Adam Silverstein

1 » According to his father, former Florida Gators guard Ray Shipman, who transferred from the basketball team just a few weeks ago, has decided to switch sports. Rather than transfer to...

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Former Gators safety Jarvis Williams dead at 45

May 26, 2010 | By Adam Silverstein

Former Florida Gators hall of fame safety Jarvis Williams, Sr. (1965-2010) passed away Tuesday evening. He was 45-years-old. Though earlier reports stated Williams suffered a massive heart attack, the actual cause of...

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No. 8 Stanford squeaks by No. 3 Florida for title

May 25, 2010 | By Adam Silverstein

Starving off a near spectacular comeback, No. 8 Stanford Cardinal women’s tennis (26-1) captured the 2010 NCAA National Championship with a 4-3 defeat of the No. 3 Florida Gators (29-3) on Tuesday...

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TWO BITS: SEC baseball awards, Pearl’s praise

May 25, 2010 | By Adam Silverstein

1 » Champions of the 2010 Southeastern Conference regular season, No. 4 Florida Gators baseball received two major awards and 14 honorable placements on Tuesday. Kevin O’Sullivan was named the 2010 SEC...

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