You may have noticed a seemingly constant stream of stories and Tweets and Facebook posts the past few months that include the phrase “Gators win SEC title’’ or something similar to that.
There’s good reason. Florida’s athletic teams have added SEC regular-season titles this sports calendar year in soccer, volleyball, women’s cross country, men’s basketball, men’s indoor track, women’s tennis and men’s golf. The UF women’s lacrosse team won its conference title, too.
UF now has 200 SEC titles in school history, easily the most of any school in the conference. And each one is important to UF athletic director Jeremy Foley.
To read more about UF’s SEC success and other stories about the Gators, here are a few links:
--Florida Gators set high benchmark for success in the SEC is the headline in the St. Pete Times.
--Gators head coach Will Muschamp continues his tour around the state meeting with Gator Clubs and has been connecting well with fans. Click here to read more from David Jones of Florida Today.
--Gainesville Sun columnist Pat Dooley checked in on Tim Tebow and Urban Meyer at Tebow’s charity golf event on Saturday in Jacksonville. Click here to read some of Dooley’s observations.
--The legal issues for UF basketball players Erik Murphy and Cody Larson improved on Monday according to this story in the Orlando Sentinel. Their future on the men’s basketball team remains uncertain.
--ESPN.com takes a quick look at hope and concern for UF’s football team next season. Click here to read the blog.
--If you’ve been keeping up with the Bulls-Hawks series, you know ex-Gator teammates Al Horford and Joakim Noah have been going at each other pretty hard. Here is a good feature from NBA.com on the battle between the former roommates.
--In case you missed this, Gators coach Billy Donovan recently won the $100,000 Infiniti Coaches Challenge. Click here to read a blog from the Orlando Sentinel.
--Gators left-hander Alex Panteliodis’ return to form important for Gators as postseason approaches. Click here to read a story from the Independent Florida Alligator.