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  1. #1 Nine Florida football players, 62 felony complaints in fraud scandal 
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    The fraud scandal that has engulfed the University of Florida's nationally ranked football team for weeks exploded Monday with the first detailed accounts of criminal accusations that threaten to derail the Gators' season.

    Nine players face a combined 62 felony complaints on suspicion of using stolen credit cards to rack up more than $17,000 in fraudulent charges, according to documents released Monday.

    All nine including standout receiver Antonio Callaway and top running back Jordan Scarlett remain indefinitely suspended as the State Attorney's Office reviews the case and weighs formal charges. The process could take "several weeks at a minimum," said State Attorney Bill Cervone.

    "I don't have to reinvent the wheel," Cervone said, "but there's still a lot of details that need to be tracked down."

    While Cervone said the cases are fairly routine, some of the details released Monday from the University of Florida Police Department's investigation are jaw-dropping for a 2-1 football team that leads the SEC East and is vying for a third consecutive division title
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