Chomping At Bits: John Brantley 'All Right' Despite Leaving Game With Injury

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John Brantley "all right": Let's just say I'm not completely convinced that Brantley is 100% healthy. (Jason Lieser, Gator Bytes/Palm Beach Post)

Florida forces four turnovers: The last time the Gators forced that many? Against Penn State in the 2011 Capital One Bowl. (Scott Carter, GatorZone)

Checking the Gators' football cupboard: And, surprise, the cupboard's pretty full. (Dory LeBlanc, GatorsFirst)

Jeff Demps calls Gators "humble": I suppose they were sufficiently humbled by 2010, anyway. (Lyle Fitzsimmons, Gators RapidReports/CBS Sports)

After the jump, the video of the day.

Florida's win in the 2008 SEC Championship Game over Alabama ... from Alabama's perspective.

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