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Florida Gators coach Billy Napier has not yet made his regular-season debut, but some fans are already melting down.
Message boards melted down over the weekend because of two recruiting misses. Check back in December, OK?
The Florida Gators swimmer adds to his 800 freestyle gold medal on the meet’s final day.
The Gators and UCF might end up facing the superstar recruit. USF could have, too.
Florida coaches have a history of burnout. That’s why UF vetted Napier’s personality as much as his X’s and O’s.

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  1. Florida Gators coach Billy Napier has not yet made his regular-season debut, but some fans are already melting down.
  2. Mississippi's Tim Elko holds the trophy while celebrating a win over Oklahoma in Game 2 of the College World Series baseball finals Sunday in Omaha, Neb.
  3. Clearwater's Bobby Finke, left, shows off his silver medal in the 1,500-meter freestyle at the world swimming championships on the medal podium with gold medalist Gregorio Paltrinieri of Italy, center, and bronze medalist Florian Wellbrrock of Germany on Saturday in Budapest, Hungary.
  4. Arch Manning, the most hyped prospect of the modern recruiting era, orally committed to Texas on Thursday.
  5. Florida Gators coach Billy Napier is, by all accounts, a nice guy. That's important for his chances of success in Gainesville.
  6. Lakewood High edge rusher Isaiah Nixon flipped from UCF to the Florida Gators.
  7. Florida Gators quarterback Anthony Richardson, seen here with coach Billy Napier during spring practice, has apologized for his speeding citation.
  8. The Gators and Seminoles, along with the Hurricanes, are no longer among the sport's elite programs, according to The Athletic.
  9. Haley Cavinder (left) and her twin, Hanna, announced a deal with Boost Mobile on July 1, the first day college athletes could monetize their name, image and likeness.
  10. Florida's Talitha Diggs is camera-ready after winning the 400 meters at the NCAA outdoor championships in a personal best 49.99 seconds. The Gators won the women's national title a day after the men won the championship.
  11. Joseph Fahnbulleh, seen here competing for Liberia at the Olympics last year, wins the 100 and 200 meters for Florida at the NCAA outdoor championships Friday in Eugene, Ore., as the Gators win the national title.
  12. The Outback Bowl has a new name: the ReliaQuest Bowl.
  13. The SEC held its spring meetings at the Hilton Sandestin.
  14. The Florida-Tennessee rivalry was one of the biggest games in the sport in the 1990s.
  15. Texas A&M coach Jimbo Fisher addresses reporters during the SEC's 2022 spring meetings at the Hilton Sandestin.
  16. Lane Kiffin worked with first-year Florida Gators coach Billy Napier at Alabama.
  17. Florida Gators coach Billy Napier addresses reporters before the 2022 SEC spring meetings at the Hilton Sandestin.
  18. Missouri coach Eliah Drinkwitz and former Florida Gators coach Dan Mullen had an, uh, interesting history together.
  19. Florida coach Billy Napier starts his first season with the Gators this fall.
  20. Tyler Van Dyke and the Miami Hurricanes are the top team, according to ESPN SP+ advanced metrics.
  21. At left, Alabama head coach Nick Saban yells to the sideline during the first half of Alabama's NCAA college football scrimmage, Saturday, April 16, in Tuscaloosa, Ala. At right, Texas A&M coach Jimbo Fisher reacts to an official's call during the second half of the team's NCAA college football game against Mississippi, Saturday, Nov. 13, 2021.
  22. Iconic University of Florida play-by-play voice Mick Hubert announced Thursday he's retiring this weekend after 33 years.
  23. Left, Alabama coach Nick Saban yells to the sideline during the first half of a Crimson Tide scrimmage last month. Right, Texas A&M coach Jimbo Fisher reacts to an official's call during a game last season. Fisher called Nick Saban a “narcissist” on Thursday after the Alabama coach made comments about the Aggies using name, image and likeness deals to land their top-ranked recruiting classes.
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