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Antonio Callaway signs with agent, ending college career
Florida fans have been wondering for months upon months what is the future for suspended wide receiver Antonio Callaway.
The answer came Thursday as Neil Stratton of InsideTheLeague.com reported that Callaway has signed with sports agent Mel Bratton of the MB5 Sports Group.
That would end Callaway’s collegiate career as he tries to land an NFL opportunity.
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In other Florida football news A chance to rebound
After three straight losses, the reeling Florida men’s basketball team takes the floor again Saturday against No. 17 Cincinnati in Newark, N.J.
The game is on ESPN2 at 6 p.m. ET.
The Gators (5-3) came into the week ranked No. 5 nationally before losing badly to unranked Florida State on Monday (83-66) and then unranked Loyola-Chicago on Wednesday (65-59).
After which, coach Mike White had this to say, and more: “We’re a team that has been told for about two months how good they are. It’s been at an all-time high in the past 10 days, so hopefully we’ve been humbled a little bit.”
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Former Florida basketball standout Bradley Beal scored 51 points in the NBA on Tuesday night and followed up with 34 points on Thursday.
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