Chomping at Bits: Florida named most dominant college sports program by Business Insider – Alligator Army
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UF named most dominant college sports program: Business Insider designated the Gators as such in a report released yesterday. The criteria for the rankings included the last three years of the Capital One Cup, championships won since 2000 in keystone sports, revenue generated by the school’s athletic department over the last three years, attendance in keystone sports over the last year, and Niche’s ranking of ranking of the best college athletic programs for students. (Cork Gaines, Business Insider; Matt Schoch, SEC Country)
Florida men’s basketball opens their season tonight: Year two of the Mike White era tips off at 7:30 p.m. in Jacksonville against Florida Gulf Coast. (Chris Harry, Florida Gators; Ryan Young, SEC Country; Edgar Thompson, Orlando Sentinel)
Gorjok Gak ruled eligible: The NCAA restored the freshman’s eligibility yesterday. Gak had previously been only cleared to enroll this season and was not eligible to play. (Chris Harry, Florida Gators; Gainesville Sun)
Kasey Hill is confident, ready to start season: Hill finished last season strong and hopes that momentum carries into his senior year. (Kevin Brockway, Gainesville Sun)
Jim McElwain and Randy Shannon discuss Florida’s injuries: The two discussed the team’s rash of recent injuries during Jim McElwain’s Gator Talk program yesterday. (Ryan Young, SEC country)
Profile of Marcus Maye: The senior wants to end his career with the Gators on a high note. (Ian Cohen, Orlando Sentinel)
Profile of LB David Reese: The freshman will play in Jarrad Davis’ stead on Saturday. (Ryan Young, SEC Country)
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