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Florida football: Long days of offseason almost at an end

Welcome to another installment of Good Morning, Gators, SEC Country’s daily morning column covering Florida athletics with beat writer Jordan McPherson. Here’s a look at what you might have missed over the weekend.

Putting a close to the offseason

The 2017 Florida football season is almost here. The Gators open fall camp this week and play their season opener against Michigan in just 33 days. With the offseason nearing an end, our Ryan Young took a look back at the main storylines from Florida’s offseason, including the late surge in recruiting and the potential impact of Malik Zaire.

Our Zach Abolverdi looks to the future on his podcast from Friday, listing the five biggest questions for the Gators as they transition to fall camp.

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In other Florida football news

Caeleb Dressel dominates world championships

Florida senior swimmer Caeleb Dressel capped his time at the 2017 FINA World Championships in Budapest, Hungary, by winning seven gold medals. The feat tied United States Olympian Michael Phelps for the most gold medals at a single world championships.

Gators updates from NFL training camps

Florida baseball updates

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What they’re saying on Twitter

Defensive end CeCe Jefferson:

Tight end Kemore Gamble:

Defensive lineman Antonneous Clayton:

Florida Class of 2018 wide receiver target Jacob Copeland:

Linebacker Nick Smith:

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