Posted: 10:58 a.m. Sunday, March 24, 2013
By Andy Hutchins
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Florida ready for physical Minnesota, quick turnaround: Florida is 43-7 when playing two games in three days. That's one hell of a record. (Chris Harry, GatorZone)
Baseball falls quietly at Vandy: Jonathon Crawford's junior season is ... not going so well. (The Independent Florida Alligator)
Lax keeps winning: With Bill Belichick watching, to boot. (GatorZone)
Antonio Morrison wants to hit you: Remember when you hadn't heard of Antonio Morrison? (Thomas Goldkamp, 247Sports)
Gonzaga's loss lets the choir sing: Florida faces a similar fate if it loses a close game. (Andy Glockner, One And One | SI.com)
How Florida Gulf Coast beat Georgetown: If you want to read a perfunctory feature. (Tim Layden, SI.com)
Belmont, eternal disappointment to many and source of pride for few: Because people forget that getting to the NCAA Tournament makes many seasons a success. (Matt Norlander, CBS Sports)
Do first round scores matter? They may have been a warning sign for Gonzaga. (Joe Posnanski)
What are college basketball players worth? How about hundreds of thousands of dollars per year? (Isaac Rauch, Deadspin)
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