Posted: 10:00 a.m. Thursday, April 4, 2013
By Andy Hutchins
Chomping at Bits comes stocked with the best Florida Gators links and news we can find. Got a link we should check out? Email us at AlligatorArmy@gmail.com, subject line CAB, or find us on Twitter at @AlligatorArmy or on Facebook at Facebook.com/AlligatorArmy.
Florida women's basketball falls in NIT semifinals: Playing on the other team's home court finally proved too much for these Gators. But the future's bright. (GatorZone)
Florida softball wins rain-shortened game: 36-3. Light work. (GatorZone)
Sharrif Floyd's stock rising, Jordan Reed's falling: It's funny that Reed is falling, because he jumps so much. (Mel Kiper, Jr., ESPN Insider)
More on Selena Roberts' Auburn story: While Roberts is standing by her story and teasing a second part, three of the five sources in the original story have disputed it, with one claiming some serious journalistic malfeasance by Roberts. (Brandon Marcello, al.com | AuburnSports.com)
Chris Walker talks about Kentucky, Florida: I like Chris Walker a lot. (Ben Roberts, NextCats | Lexington Herald-Leader)
Is Andrew Wiggins the anti-LeBron? No. But this is an interesting look at him. (Ricky O'Donnell, SB Nation)
Scandal trails Mark Emmert: The NCAA: Where you can screw up at every stage on your path to the top. (Brent Schrotenboer, USA TODAY Sports)
NCAA 14 getting deeper: I have wanted new playbooks for a while. (Jon Robinson, ESPN)
How the Orange County Register is revolutionizing paywalls: Buy a daily subscription to the paper, get $4 Angels tickets? Yep. (Ken Doctor, Nieman Journalism Lab)
Is gloss ruining rap? I boiled a nuanced argument down to four words so you'd click the link. (Andrew Nosnitsky, Pitchfork)
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