Okay, folks, calm down. The policy at Gator Country has always been -- and I'm the one who made the policy in the first place way back in 2004 -- we don't run anything from sources unless we get it from more than one proven and reliable source. If you remember, back in 2004 we were the first to report that Urban Meyer was going to be the new head coach. The UAA denied it, called us out and said we had no clue. I know who our sources were and they were unimpeachable. We had it right. And, of course, a month later Urban Meyer was the new coach. Now, fast forward to this weekend. Gator Country got information from trusted sources, double checked and got it confirmed by others, then ran with it. There were multiple suspensions, but the Bostwick information turns out was inaccurate. The other suspensions were correct. We're not the only ones who ran with that information. It's not like Gator Country just flew off the handle and ran unsubstantiated rumor. I posted information about suspensions with the basketball team earlier in the week. I got it from two sources whose information has never been wrong and double checked it with two others who confirmed it. That's four confirmations. The goal is to get it right 100% of the time. In this case, there was one inaccuracy. Apologies will be issued, but that does not mean Gator Country is running some rogue operation in which the folks on staff make things up. They don't. They got one piece of information wrong. Don't hang them out to dry for the one wrong piece, particularly when they had the other suspensions 100% correct.