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A friendly wager was apparently placed on last Sunday’s Elite 8 matchup between Erin Andrews and Rich Eisen over the Michigan Wolverines and Florida Gators game. The loser of the bet-Andrews, who was a graduate of Florida, had to put a pic of Michigan graduate Eisen as her profile picture until Wednesday.
Not till Wed afternoon…a bet is a bet RT @easttnvol: @erinandrews I hope you can change your profile pic soon!!LOL
— Erin Andrews (@ErinAndrews) April 1, 2013
Andrews was part of the UF dance team.
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The Florida Gators went down at the hands of the Michigan Wolverines in the Elite Eight. Erin Andrews had to make good on a wager with Rich Eisen.
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Chad Ford is of the opinion that Mitch McGary could be a first round pick:
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Suffering a massive shortage of healthy bodies, the Florida Gators have changed the Orange and Blue scrimmage to an open practice.
Michigan freshman center, Mitch McGary, has been a source of energy for the Wolverines this NCAA Tournament. The talented freshman discusses his intense playing style and how he has embraced his new starting role.
ARLINGTON, Texas-- Florida Head Coach Billy Donovan reflects on the 79-59 Elite Eight loss to Michigan, and what he will remember most about perhaps one of his most talented squads.
He’s waited his time, and junior quarterback Tyler Murphy is willing to wait some more. More important to him than playing right now is winning football games and the staff at Florida has designated junior Jeff Driskel as the starter again. Now, he finds himself in a battle for back up duty and the guy that has to be ready in case Driskel goes down. Murphy seems prepared for whatever happens.
Jabari Gorman and Cody Riggs were on top of the depth chart at safety to start spring practice, but the goal was to build depth and add bodies capable of playing safety during the fall. An injury to Riggs gave extra reps to younger players, and while the Gators wait for three freshmen safeties to get to campus in the summer, this spring gave an opportunity for the returning players to win the job.