GAINESVILLE, Fla. -- If you're not using your voice here on ESPN.com, allow me the opportunity to introduce you to such an avenue. Here on GatorNation, we have a premium message board called The Chompions Club. We have a free message board called Chomp Talk.
And then there are the story comments. Whoa. This is where you go when we've written about a subject near and dear to you, and you've just got to chime in. You can also use our game previews and recaps as a place for live talk. Just click on the conversation tab and start firing away (yes, it's that easy). Last night's Florida loss in double-overtime to Rutgers might not be the happiest of examples, but check out the kind of conversation that was going on, and still is.
What a game it was, that double-OT thriller. Maybe not an outcome Gator fans were thrilled by, but as ESPN's Dana O'Neil wrote Thursday night from Piscataway, N.J., it's a process. Said Billy Donovan: “What we need to do is see how self-reflective we’re willing to be. What do we need to do differently as coaches and as players? How you handle situations like this is a big part of any young player’s development. It’s a matter of what comes out of this. That’s why I say it’s bigger than this game.’’
There wasn’t a lot of movement in ESPN Stats & Info’s conference power rankings this weekend, but see which conference extended its lead at the top and which conference joined them in the top 10. The SEC hold steady at No. 4, but with several losses this week by SEC teams, the ACC may have a chance to move up a spot.
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