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Florida’s recent recruiting weekends will be a catalyst for commitments

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Welcome to Chomp Chat, SEC Country’s  daily Florida podcast with reporter Zach Abolverdi and Gators broadcaster Jeff Cardozo.

Florida coach Dan Mullen and his staff hosted the inaugural Great Gator Grill-Out last Saturday at the indoor practice facility. The barbecue didn’t produce any public pledges, but Florida had more than 10 top targets on campus and recruits raved about the event afterward.

And for the second straight recruiting weekend, the Gators took the lead for a 4-star visitor. Chicago tight end Jahleel Billingsley called Florida his No. 1 school after attending the cookout Saturday, and New Orleans cornerback Chester Kimbrough did the same thing following the Orange &amp; Blue Game on April 14.

RELATED: TE Jahleel Billingsley names Florida No. 1, sees ‘best of both worlds’ on his trip RELATED: New Orleans CB Chester Kimbrough still favoring Florida, eyeing official visit 

Kimbrough doesn’t plan to make his pledge any time soon, but Billingsley hopes to have a decision made before the start of his senior season and is one of nine recruits who could commit the Gators in June, July and August.

In the latest edition of Chomp Chat, we discuss how the recent recruiting weekends at Florida will be a catalyst for commitments in the coming weeks and months.

Here are the topic on the show Wednesday:

  • Mullen and his staff have been behind the eight ball in this recruiting cycle compared to the long-term relationships between recruits and other coaches. The Great Gator Grill-Out allowed to the staff to make up for missed time and make those critical connections that are needed for commitments.
  • Moreover, Florida gave visitors a unique recruiting experience that will be unmatched at other schools they check out. That dynamic could make a difference during the decision-making process.
  • An interview with top-50 overall recruit and 4-star defensive end Nathan Pickering (Seminary, Miss.), who discusses his latest visit to Florida and the strong bond he has with Mullen.

Miss a previous edition? Find every episode of SEC Country’s daily Florida Gators  podcast right here.

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Johnny Manziel explains differences in CFL and NFL, why he was ‘super overwhelmed’

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Former Texas A&amp;M quarterback Johnny Manziel is finding out just how difficult his transition to the Canadian Football League will be.

Earlier this week, Manziel told reporters he felt ‘super overwhelmed’ with the Hamilton Tiger-Cats’ playbook and with some of the concepts that are prevalent in the CFL.

“It felt better being here than it did while I was laying in bed last night, going over the playbook,” Manziel said. “When we went to the meetings yesterday, I felt super overwhelmed. I think I was starting to get a little bit too hard on myself. Cause it’s different, the routes are different, there’s a lot of different ways you can break on the routes, the footwork. The certain windows you hit and how quick they happen, it’s different. So I was feeling overwhelmed.”

Manziel still has some time to get everything down before the Tiger-Cats’ first game on June 16. Another positive for Manziel — his head coach, June Jones, is a longtime American coach who spent time at Hawaii and SMU, as well as in the NFL with the Falcons, Chargers and Lions. So he knows the kind of transition that Manziel is going through.

“The way practice is set up and the way coach Jones does it, is nice for a guy like me to be able to get behind and see what the play is and get the concept down and then see how it happens from some of the other guys,” he added.

Manziel has plenty of experience in high-level college offenses and the NFL with the Cleveland Browns, so how tough could it be to pick up the Canadian system? Manziel used an NFL example to compare the two situations.

“Yesterday I did definitely see how big of a jump it’s going to be for me,” Manziel said. “If I go into an NFL camp I sit there and I’m pretty much able to pick up everything on defense in a day-one camp. Here, it’s not the case.”

If Manziel does win the starting job, he’ll have to overtake incumbent Jeremiah Masoli. Masoli, who played college ball at Oregon and Ole Miss, is coming off a great season. Jones said last week that Manziel will have to do well to win the starting job.

“Let me tell you something right now, he’s got his work ahead of him to beat out Jeremiah,” Jones said. “He’s got a lot to catch up on, but he’ll spend the time to get that done. I know he will because he’s already learned that lesson.”

The former Heisman Trophy winner says right now he’s also focused on just learning his surroundings and his teammates.

“I think I was a little more reserved and held back yesterday because I’m just trying to find ‘where do we go eat,’ ‘where are our meetings at,’ ‘where are we staying at,’ ‘what’s the situation for the next couple weeks?’ It’s just piecing things together one after another,” he said. “But being in the locker room, being on the field today, it opens people up a lot more as far as getting a chance to talk. You talk about the route, and then it goes to other things. I’m just trying to start learning things about my teammates, I’m going to be here for awhile.”

Here’s Manziel’s full meeting with with the media this week, courtesy of TSN Tube:

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Florida baseball vs. LSU in SEC Tournament: Game time, TV, how to watch online

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The Florida baseball team opens the SEC Tournament on Wednesday with a familiar foe, facing LSU for the first time since sweeping the Tigers in the College World Series finals last summer.

The teams are in much different situations as they meet again at Hoover Metropolitan Stadium in Hoover, Ala.

Florida (41-15) is the tournament’s top seed and ranked No. 1 in the national polls while eighth-seeded LSU (34-23) is trying to solidify its case for the NCAA postseason.

Florida baseball vs. LSU game details

When: Wednesday, May 23, 2018

Where: Hoover Metropolitan Stadium, Hoover, Ala.

Time: 5:30 p.m. ET

TV: SEC Network

Florida baseball vs. LSU, how to watch online

The game can be streamed online via WatchESPN.

Florida baseball vs. LSU pitching matchup

Florida RHP Tommy Mace (3-0, 4.93 ERA) vs. LSU RHP Ma’Khail Hilliard (9-4, 3.53)

Florida baseball vs. LSU preview

The Gators are mired in a season-worst four-game losing streak and looking to restore some momentum before the NCAA Regionals next week.

For that reason, the stakes might be a little higher for Florida here than they would be otherwise.

The Gators have already won the SEC’s regular-season title and are assured a top seed in the NCAA postseason, but they don’t want to go limping into the regionals as they seek to compete for a second straight College World Series title.

“From a team standpoint, we need to come back to our winning streak, you know, get our team camaraderie back and play well as a team,” third baseman Jonathan India said Tuesday at the team hotel. “We need that momentum going into regionals, so we’re actually going to take this really serious this week and play well.”

RELATED: Florida players talk about team’s mindset entering SEC Tournament

SEC Pitcher of the Year Brady Singer remains day to day with the hamstring issue that sidelined him from his last scheduled start.

Florida will instead open the tournament with Mace, a freshman who made his first SEC start last week against Mississippi State. The Gators lost that game, but Mace was terrific while holding the Bulldogs to 1 run on 3 hits in 6 1/3 innings last Thursday.

LSU, meanwhile, had to play its way through the first round, beating Mississippi State, 8-5, on Tuesday night to reach the double-elimination part of the bracket.

Hilliard, the Tigers’ announced starting pitcher, last threw on Friday.

“Hilliard’s going to come back quickly because we don’t have any other options. We used just about everybody [Tuesday night], so I don’t really see what other option we have,” LSU coach Paul Mainieri said. “He’s had four days’ rest. I don’t know how far he’ll be able to go. We’ll see.”

As for the rematch of the 2017 College World Series finalists, Mainieri said he expected his players would be fired up for the matchup.

“I didn’t even know, honestly, until earlier [Tuesday] who was in our side of the bracket, I was so focused on Mississippi State. And then I looked and I said, ‘Oh my goodness, if we win, we play Florida,’” Mainieri said. “I can’t tell you how much we’re looking forward to that. We’ve had a great rivalry with Florida for a lot of years. Obviously, last year we played in the national championship series.

“They’re undoubtedly the No. 1 team in the country. [Florida coach Kevin O’Sullivan] has  done a tremendous job with their program and they won the SEC. We didn’t get to play them this year because that’s how the schedule just played out, so I can’t tell you how excited our team is about the opportunity to play the No. 1 team in the country.”

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Florida baseball vs. LSU in SEC Tournament: Game time, TV, how to watch online

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The Florida baseball team opens the SEC Tournament on Wednesday with a familiar foe, facing LSU for the first time since sweeping the Tigers in the College World Series finals last summer.

The teams are in much different situations as they meet again at Hoover Metropolitan Stadium in Hoover, Ala.

Florida (41-15) is the tournament’s top seed and ranked No. 1 in the national polls while eighth-seeded LSU (34-23) is trying to solidify its case for the NCAA postseason.

Florida baseball vs. LSU game details

When: Wednesday, May 23, 2018

Where: Hoover Metropolitan Stadium, Hoover, Ala.

Time: 5:30 p.m. ET

TV: SEC Network

Florida baseball vs. LSU, how to watch online

The game can be streamed online via WatchESPN.

Florida baseball vs. LSU pitching matchup

Florida RHP Tommy Mace (3-0, 4.93 ERA) vs. LSU RHP Ma’Khail Hilliard (9-4, 3.53)

Florida baseball vs. LSU preview

The Gators are mired in a season-worst four-game losing streak and looking to restore some momentum before the NCAA Regionals next week.

For that reason, the stakes might be a little higher for Florida here than they would be otherwise.

The Gators have already won the SEC’s regular-season title and are assured a top seed in the NCAA postseason, but they don’t want to go limping into the regionals as they seek to compete for a second straight College World Series title.

“From a team standpoint, we need to come back to our winning streak, you know, get our team camaraderie back and play well as a team,” third baseman Jonathan India said Tuesday at the team hotel. “We need that momentum going into regionals, so we’re actually going to take this really serious this week and play well.”

RELATED: Florida players talk about team’s mindset entering SEC Tournament

SEC Pitcher of the Year Brady Singer remains day to day with the hamstring issue that sidelined him from his last scheduled start.

Florida will instead open the tournament with Mace, a freshman who made his first SEC start last week against Mississippi State. The Gators lost that game, but Mace was terrific while holding the Bulldogs to 1 run on 3 hits in 6 1/3 innings last Thursday.

LSU, meanwhile, had to play its way through the first round, beating Mississippi State, 8-5, on Tuesday night to reach the double-elimination part of the bracket.

Hilliard, the Tigers’ announced starting pitcher, last threw on Friday.

“Hilliard’s going to come back quickly because we don’t have any other options. We used just about everybody [Tuesday night], so I don’t really see what other option we have,” LSU coach Paul Mainieri said. “He’s had four days’ rest. I don’t know how far he’ll be able to go. We’ll see.”

As for the rematch of the 2017 College World Series finalists, Mainieri said he expected his players would be fired up for the matchup.

“I didn’t even know, honestly, until earlier [Tuesday] who was in our side of the bracket, I was so focused on Mississippi State. And then I looked and I said, ‘Oh my goodness, if we win, we play Florida,’” Mainieri said. “I can’t tell you how much we’re looking forward to that. We’ve had a great rivalry with Florida for a lot of years. Obviously, last year we played in the national championship series.

“They’re undoubtedly the No. 1 team in the country. [Florida coach Kevin O’Sullivan] has  done a tremendous job with their program and they won the SEC. We didn’t get to play them this year because that’s how the schedule just played out, so I can’t tell you how excited our team is about the opportunity to play the No. 1 team in the country.”

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Film study: What makes new LSU quarterback Joe Burrow so special

BATON ROUGE, La. — It’s nearly impossible to evaluate the tape of a college quarterback with 39 career pass attempts. But you don’t need that many throws to see why LSU’s coaches fell in love with graduate transfer quarterback Joe Burrow.

A new acquisition from Ohio State, Burrow transfers to LSU with two years of eligibility remaining. Despite his veteran status, Burrow comes to LSU as inexperienced as returning passers Myles Brennan, Lowell Narcisse and Justin McMillan.

Unlike former LSU quarterback Danny Etling, who arrived in Baton Rouge after throwing 429 passes in the Big Ten, Burrow is a relative question mark. He’s never started a college game and he spent most of 2017 as a third-string quarterback, albeit on one of the most talented teams in the country.

Still, with the tape we have available, it’s easy to see what made Burrow such a sought-after commodity on the transfer trail. The former No. 8 dual-threat quarterback recruit in the nation has a live arm but is also a strong decision-maker who is accurate downfield and capable of using his feet to his advantage.

Based on the tape available, let’s take a look at what makes Joe Burrow special.

The spring game

Burrow lost Ohio State’s quarterback competition to a younger, more classically mobile quarterback in Dwayne Haskins. But most reports out of Columbus from the 2018 Ohio State spring game had Joe Burrow as the top quarterback performer from the scrimmage.

The numbers show why. Burrow completed 15 of 22 pass attempts (68 percent) for 238 yards and 2 touchdowns. By comparison, Haskins and third-string quarterback Tate Martell combined to go 14 for 35 (40 percent) with 148 yards, 2 touchdowns and 1 interception.

Numerically, it’s easy to declare Burrow the winner. But taking a closer look at some of the throws he made, it’s even easier to get excited about what LSU is gaining.

This ball is a dart. Burrow takes his dropback, stands clean in a pocket folding in around him and fires an accurate pass 35 yards through the air over three defenders for a 50-yard score. This is a testament to quality mechanics and reading the defense. Burrow started the play looking the other direction, presumably noticed single coverage, turned back to see the open receiver streaking downfield, set his feet, stepped into his throw and delivered. It’s the kind of throw you’d see on a quarterback’s highlight reel heading into the NFL draft. And Burrow checked it off in a spring game.

But it wasn’t his only money throw that afternoon.

There’s not much to dissect here. Like the other touchdown, Burrow sets his feet and shows off his accuracy from the pocket against single coverage. This time he throws about 45 yards in the air and puts the ball in a position where only his receiver can get to it, leaving defensive back Wayne Davis on his feet attempting to get to the ball.

So, obviously, deep balls are in Burrow’s arsenal. But he’s also capable of making some of the more mundane throws that benefit a team just as much. Take a look at his progression on a crossing route from earlier in the spring game.

This is one of the more basic plays in a passing playbook, where two receivers drag across the middle of the field to congest the defense inward and the quarterback finds the shallow crosser and lets him run with the ball in his hands. It’s one of the plays that made the West Coast offense legendary, and Burrow runs it about as well as one can here.

He finds his man and throws quickly and accurately, leading his receiver into open space and away from the two defenders giving chase. With speedy options like Jonathan Giles and Justin Jefferson set to lead the LSU receiver corps in 2018, it’d be smart to implement plays such as this in Steve Ensminger’s new offense, especially if Burrow can throw as accurately to get these guys into the open field.

Hey, speaking of options…

Ohio State’s spring game wasn’t a full contact affair for any skill players, especially not quarterbacks, so it’s hard to know just how far this play would’ve gone. The defensive back coming in from the top of the play could’ve blown up Burrow, as could’ve the safety charging from the top. But from this perspective, it looks like Burrow might’ve skinnied up the hole and taken this carry to the end zone.

Take one look at Burrow’s high school tape and you’ll understand how mobile the quarterback really is. He’s a nimble athlete who galloped through defenses at Athens  High School in Ohio like he was Steve Young. Burrow rushed for 2,067 yards and 27 touchdowns in three years as a high school starter, averaging 5.6 yards per carry and 50.4 yards per game.

It’s an element of Burrow’s game that’ll be less talked about than his arm, but a wrinkle LSU would be smart to employ if Burrow wins the quarterback competition.

Alright, enough of this scrimmage stuff

The Ohio State defense is by far the most impressive unit Burrow has competed against. But, for the sake of fun, let’s take a look at how Burrow performed in two of his brief, live stints against teams with different uniforms than his. First, a quick look at how he played against Maryland in 2016.

Why Maryland? This was his longest outing as a passer, going 6 for 9 with 75 yards and a touchdown in Ohio State’s 62-3 shellacking of the Terrapins. It’s very much worth noting that, for as bad as that score looks, Maryland was a bowl team that year and finished with the No. 45 pass defense in the country, ahead of schools like Penn State, Florida State and Stanford.

And if you look exclusively at the highlights, Burrow’s game looks identical to his spring showing. But for a change, let’s look at a less pretty example of Burrow’s skills. Here’s one of his first throws from the Maryland game, an illustration of how strong his arm is, but also something he could’ve done better.

Burrow did a good job reading the defense here, electing not to throw to his check-down option, a running back in the flats, when he saw a defender closing in on the swing route. Instead, Burrow turned his attention downfield and laced a throw to a receiver breaking toward the sideline just past the 50-yard line.

That said, the encroaching pocket started to collapse and Burrow didn’t have room to step into his throw. He fired flat-footed, showing off an arm strength not all quarterbacks have, but in the process left a ball over the middle of the field that easily could’ve been intercepted, and probably would have in an SEC game.

It’s a minor complaint, nitpicking one throw from two seasons ago that Burrow still completed. But again, there’s not much available tape on the guy. So we’ll have to stick with this.

On to UNLV

The other Burrow game worth highlighting is Ohio State’s win over UNLV in 2017. Well, it isn’t as much a game so much as it is a sequence. Burrow came in at the end of the Buckeyes’ easy 54-21 win over the non-conference foes and completed four-straight passes before moving into victory formation.

This sequence, while not containing any ESPY-worthy highlights, probably best illustrates what Burrow can do. And luckily for you, we have the plays diagrammed here. Wouldn’t be an LSU film study without some drawings, right?

Play 1: Sprintout to far hook

Here’s a basic case of reading the coverage and finding the open man, with the added wrinkle of playing on the move. Burrow fakes play-action to his running back and sprints out to his right where both receivers are running curls about 10 yards downfield.

Burrow sees the defensive backs are playing off-coverage and the outside linebacker in charge of covering the flats won’t be able to get to the sideline receiver before the ball could, so he throws on the run and completes the pass for 6 yards. Easy.

Play 2: Follow the trailer

This is just a cool play design. Ohio State clears out the secondary and linebackers by having a tight end run up the seam, then has its receiver cozy up and curl in the open field the tight end vacated. Burrow stands patient in the pocket and finds his receiver over the middle and in front of the linebackers and safeties. Another 6-yard gain.

Play 3: Back to the cross

If Burrow wins the quarterback battle, maybe LSU should run this play. Just like in the spring game, Burrow finds the shallow crosser for a 9-yard gain. Except this time, Burrow needed to buy time for the play to develop, so he stepped up in the pocket and evaded pressure before delivering accurately for a first down.

Play 4: Levels against zone

Based on the available film from this game, it’s hard to tell if UNLV was running cover-3 or cover-4 defense here. But we can tell it’s a zone defense, as evidenced by the defensive back lined up against Ohio State’s slot receiver sticking in the flats instead of with his man. Burrow reads the zone, seeing the safeties backpedaling, and completes 16 yards downfield to the deep route, placing the ball in front of both safeties for an easy completion.

What do these four plays have in common? Burrow made his reads, looked comfortable inside and outside the pocket and took what the defense was giving to him. Sure, it was garbage time against an opponent Ohio State beats 99 times out of 100. But it’s important to note how smooth Burrow looks here.

He doesn’t force throws or try to do things he shouldn’t in his limited exposure. He sticks to the game plan and makes four consecutive good throws. If that’s the type of quarterback LSU is getting, Ed Orgeron and Steve Ensminger should be thrilled.

He’s the type of guy who won’t make mistakes, but also isn’t afraid to be great.

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Vegas expert: Doesn’t matter much if Alabama chooses Jalen Hurts or Tua Tagovailoa

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Jalen Hurts vs. Tua Tagovailoa has been one of the most important offseason stories in college football. Both players want to be the full-time starting quarterback at Alabama, and both have reportedly been close to transferring in recent months.

The debate is often a passionate one among Crimson Tide fans. On one hand, Hurts has played 29 career games — starting nearly all of them — and helped lead the Tide to a pair of national-title games. On the other hand, Tagovailoa threw three second-half touchdown passes that won the national championship in January.

Tagovailoa has been the odds-on favorite to win the job since the National Championship Game, sparking transfer talk from Hurts’ father. All of this came after Tagovailoa was reportedly was set to transfer if he didn’t play in the title game.

VegasInsider.com expert Brian Edwards has a different kind of opinion: It doesn’t much matter who wins the job.

Edwards pegs the Tide as double-digit favorites in 11 of its 12 regular-season games (with the outlier being an 8-point cushion at LSU). Whether it’s Hurts or Tagovailoa behind center doesn’t change anything much.

“I know Jalen’s not the passer Tua is,” Edwards said. “But he only threw 1 interception last year. That’s damn good. Now, he won’t take the chances that Tua will take or that a lot of dropback passers take, but if you start 15 games and throw 1 interception all year, that’s amazing. I don’t think [the decision to start Hurts in 2018] would change anything about Alabama’s numbers.”

RELATED: Alabama is ‘gonna go 12-0’

The primary factor in Alabama’s run toward another title is the impressive combination of talent and depth that coach Nick Saban somehow puts together on an annual basis.

“They reload,” Edwards said. “They don’t rebuild. And their quarterback situation is better than anybody else’s in America, assuming Hurts doesn’t decide to transfer here soon. Just loaded on both sides. Five-stars everywhere.”

Another thing that helps: Alabama’s relatively easy 2018 schedule.

“They get Tennessee [+28] out of the East forever, and Tennessee has sucked for the last decade,” Edwards said. “Louisville [+29], when they scheduled that game, they were thinking they’d be good, but they just lost Lamar Jackson and a ton of folks, so you’ve got that huge spread.”

Regardless of what Edwards says, fans are still going to be choosing sides in the Hurts vs. Tagovailoa battle. Who knows? Maybe Saban will decide to run a two-quarterback offense in 2018.

How will the Alabama quarterback battle shake out? And what effect will that have on the season? Let us know in the comments section below.

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Tennessee football podcast: Jeremy Pruitt making early believers in what he’ll accomplish on Rocky Top

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Tennessee coach Jeremy Pruitt hasn’t coached a game for the Vols yet, but people already are beginning to believe.

Add college football writer Tony Barnhart to list of people hopping on the Pruitt bandwagon.

For fun: SEC East projected conference records: 1. Georgia (7-1) 2. S. Carolina (6-2) 3. Florida (5-3) 4. Tennessee (4-4) 5. Kentucky (2-6) 5. Missouri (2-6) 7. Vanderbilt (1-7) Picked all the wins and losses right here. (Free) https://t.co/S5hwW9k3n6 Your thoughts? — Tony Barnhart (@MrCFB) May 22, 2018

The four SEC wins come against Missouri, Kentucky, Vanderbilt and Florida. A win over the rival Gators would be a great way to announce Pruitt’s presence to the SEC. It’s not far-fetched, either.

Florida won 26-20 in 2017 thanks to a 63-yard touchdown pass as time expired. The game will be played in Knoxville, Tenn., this season, which could give the Vols the advantage.

Pruitt has turned a lot of heads with his recruiting ability so far. The question mark of how well he does coaching games will have to wait until the fall to be answered. He has a terrific pedigree as a defensive coordinator, which should give a boost to the Vols on that side of the ball.

WMNL’s Josh Ward breaks down Barnhart’s prediction on Rocky Talk. Ward also brings on Class of 2019 commit Lakia Henry to discuss why he chose the Vols and where the class might go from here. Ward finished the show on basketball and CBSSports’s Gary Parrish’s preseason ranking of the Vols at No. 3.

RELATED: Admiral Schofield return, Kansas or West Virginia on schedule

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Florida Gators Jordan Brand Alpha Performance Tri-Blend T-Shirt

Give your Florida Gators game day wardrobe selection a sporty addition with this Alpha tri-blend T-shirt from Jordan Brand! It’s constructed with Dri-FIT technology, so you know you will keep cool when the heat is on. The phenomenal Florida Gators graphics will have you wanting to wear this tee all season long.

Details Material: 75% Polyester/13% Cotton/12% Rayon Dri-FIT ® technology wicks away moisture Raglan sleeves Side hem splits Crew neck Short sleeve Screen print graphics Machine wash, tumble dry low Tagless Collar Officially licensed Imported Brand: Jordan Brand $39.99

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Tennessee Volunteers Fanatics Branded Camo Jungle T-Shirt

Salute your unmatched Tennessee Volunteers fandom this season with a new option from Fanatics Branded. This Camo Jungle T-shirt is exactly what you need as it sports authentic Tennessee Volunteers graphics printed on the chest. It features a classic crew neck design and is made with a light cotton fabric that makes this a no-brainer on game day.

Details Material: 100% Cotton Crew neck Short sleeve Screen print graphics Officially licensed Imported Brand: Fanatics Branded $19.99

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Florida Gators Jordan Brand Alpha Performance Tri-Blend T-Shirt

Give your Florida Gators game day wardrobe selection a sporty addition with this Alpha tri-blend T-shirt from Jordan Brand! It’s constructed with Dri-FIT technology, so you know you will keep cool when the heat is on. The phenomenal Florida Gators graphics will have you wanting to wear this tee all season long.

Details Material: 75% Polyester/13% Cotton/12% Rayon Dri-FIT ® technology wicks away moisture Raglan sleeves Side hem splits Crew neck Short sleeve Screen print graphics Machine wash, tumble dry low Tagless Collar Officially licensed Imported Brand: Jordan Brand $39.99

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