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2018 SEC Standings
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Georgia 7-1 11-3
Kentucky 5-3 10-3
Florida 5-3 10-3
South Carolina 4-4 7-6
Missouri 4-4 8-5
Vanderbilt 3-5 6-7
Tennessee 2-6 5-7
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    Fansided: Florida Football: 3 keys to success in 2019

    The Gators had a great first season under Dan Mullen and look to improve even more this year; here are the 5 things the Gators need to do to reach new heights in Mullen's second year at the helm.

    The Gators open up their 2019 season on August 24 against their rival, the Miami Hurricanes, and their new coach, Manny Diaz. The Gators have high expectations following an up and down year that ended with the Gators stomping Michigan in the Chick-fil-a Peach Bowl. Despite finishing the season on a high note with wins over Florida State and Michigan, there were times when the Gators struggled, most evident in their 17-38 loss to Missouri.

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    GatorCountry.com: Who should Florida line up next for a home-and-home football series?

    Earlier this month, Florida announced home-and-home series with Colorado and Texas. They each have a certain level of intrigue. Florida has never played Colorado before, while it's been 78 years since the Gators and Longhorns last faced off.

    It's easy to think up some marquee programs that UF could try to line up next, but I wanted to look at it in a systematic way. So, I went to the all-time wins list and looked at teams with at least 600 of them. I threw out SEC teams, Miami (FL), and most Group of 5 teams, which gave me a list of 36 potential opponents that UF doesn't have an upcoming series against.

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    Fansided: Gator softball takes aim at Tennessee in Super Regional

    It certainly isn't an easy draw ... but, it really isn't supposed to be.

    When No. 5 Florida squares off with No. 12 Tennessee Friday in the first of a best-of-three NCAA Super Regional, it will mark the fourth time the two teams have played against each other this season.

    If the first three games are any indication, the Gators will have their work cut out for them against the Volunteers.

    Back in March, Tennessee took two of three in their conference series in Gainesville, showing that home-field advantage may not be as strong a factor as some might think.

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    Fansided: Jalen Jones transfers from Florida to Jackson State

    Highly-touted freshman quarterback Jalen Jones has decided to move on from the Florida Gators and on to Jackson State, according to a report from ESPN.com.

    Jones elected to transfer following accusations made by two students alleging Jones forced himself on them while they were visiting him in his dorm room.

    No charges were filed against Jones as the two students elected not to press charges.

    Jones' former roommate and fellow freshman, Chris Steele also decided to transfer following news he complained about living with Jones, but no action was taken by Florida staff.

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    Fansided: Gators fall to Texas A&M in extra innings at SEC tournament

    HOOVER, Alabama - A walk-off single in the bottom of the 10th inning sealed the fate of the Florida Gators' baseball team.

    Jonathan Ducoff collected his fourth RBI of the game to end the Gators' run in the SEC Tournament Tuesday in Hoover, Alabama.

    "They were just a little bit better than us today, we made a couple mistakes," said Gator head coach Kevin O'Sullivan, in his postgame comments.

    Florida (33-24) will now have to wait to see if they carry a good enough resume to make the NCAA College World Series field.

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    GatorCountry.com: Braun enjoys relaxed atmosphere during Florida Gators official visit

    This past weekend several of the Florida Gators biggest visitors on campus were official visitors who spent the weekend around the coaching staff.

    Offensive lineman Josh Braun (6-6, 335, Live Oak, FL. Suwannee) was on campus on Saturday and he liked the different atmosphere on this visit to Gainesville.

    "It went great, we got in early on Saturday morning about midnight," Braun said of his official visit. "I had a great time and the atmosphere was more of a relaxed atmosphere. We really got to hang out and connect on more personal level instead of just talking football and academics.

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    GatorCountry.com: Spivey Senses: Florida Gators recruiting notes post Gator Great Cookout

    The Florida Gators hosted their second annual Gator Great cookout this past weekend and the visitors list was stacked with top targets.

    Andrew Spivey brings you all the behind the scenes notes on the visitors that visited Gainesville as the Florida Gators landed two commitments over the weekend.

    Check out this edition of Spivey Senses to learn the following things and much more.

    Which prospects the Gators gained the most ground on.
    How the official visits went with several prospects this past weekend
    Where do the Gators look now for a running back after Demarkcus Bowman committed to Clemson?

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    GatorCountry.com: Height bonds with Christian Robinson during Florida Gators visit

    On Saturday the Florida Gators hosted a lot of defensive prospects on campus for the Gator Great cookout in Gainesville.

    Linebacker Romello Height (6-5, 210, Dublin, GA. High) was on campus and got to spend a lot of time around the coaching staff on Saturday.

    "It was great, I felt like family," Height said of his visit to Florida on Saturday. "I got to build a better relationship with the coaches. Me and Coach C-Rob [Christian Robinson] sat down and watched a little film; it was great seeing the defensive scheme. It was great seeing the other recruits.

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    GatorCountry.com: Height bonds with Christian Robinson during Florida Gators visit

    On Saturday the Florida Gators hosted a lot of defensive prospects on campus for the Gator Great cookout in Gainesville.

    Linebacker Romello Height (6-5, 210, Dublin, GA. High) was on campus and got to spend a lot of time around the coaching staff on Saturday.

    "It was great, I felt like family," Height said of his visit to Florida on Saturday. "I got to build a better relationship with the coaches. Me and Coach C-Rob [Christian Robinson] sat down and watched a little film; it was great seeing the defensive scheme. It was great seeing the other recruits.

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    Fansided: Florida Gators' football team moves up in 2020 recruit rankings

    Thanks to the commitment of Louisiana four-star cornerback Joel Williams Sunday, the Florida Gators' football team has climbed to No. 5 overall for its 2020 recruiting class by 247Sports.

    Williams announced his commitment Sunday night, choosing Florida over Southeastern Conference rivals LSU, Georgia and Texas A&M.

    The 6-foot-1 Williams helped Madison Prep Academy (La.) to the third round of the Louisiana Class 3A playoffs and was recruited as both a receiver and defensive back. 247Sports suggested his prowess on the defensive side of the ball will allow him to play safety or corner.

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    GatorCountry.com: Walker enjoys Gator Great cookout visit with the Florida Gators

    Several of the Florida Gators visitors on Saturday for the Gator Great cookout were out of state prospects that are high on the Gators recruiting board.

    One of those guys was defensive end Zykeivous Walker (6-4, 260, Ellaville, GA. Schley County) who enjoyed his time with the coaching staff on Saturday.

    "I had time at Florida yesterday [Saturday]," Walker said. "I enjoyed everything, I spent a lot of time with the coaching staff. I had a good time down in Florida."

    Walker spent a lot of time with defensive line coach David Turner and head coach Dan Mullen on Saturday and Walker likes both of the coaches .

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    GatorCountry.com: Joel Williams commits to the Florida Gators

    The Florida Gators picked up their second commitment of the weekend on Sunday night when they picked up a big out of state target.

    Defensive back Joel Williams (6-1, 180, Baton Rouge, LA. Madison Prep Academy) committed to the Gators over LSU, Tennessee and Georgia.

    I will be committing to the University of Florida," Williams said.

    Williams visited Gainesville this past weekend and he likes the tradition of defensive backs in Gainesville.

    "I've always liked Florida, they tell me I can be a big part of DBU," Williams said of Florida. "I talk to Coach [Torrian] Gray almost every day and tells me that I can be a big part of the defense.

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    GatorCountry.com: Florida Gators softball advances to Super Regionals

    Special report on the Florida Gators softball team:

    GAINESVILLE, Fla. - No. 5-seed Florida topped Boise State 5-0 on Sunday afternoon to advance to the 12th Super Regional in program history.

    The Gators move to 44-19 in regional play, including 29 shutouts in 44 games since 2006.

    For the second time in the regional, the Gators (47-15) jumped out in front the Broncos (36-16), 2-0, in the first inning with a pair of runs. In the previous game Saturday, UF scored six runs in the top of the first inning of Saturday's against Boise State.

    Florida extended its lead to 3-0 in the third.

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