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Chomping at Bits once again comes at you with a few various links (and thoughts) that deal with the latest on-goings for the Florida Gators. Deal with it.
Late switches: Are Will Muschamp and company having better luck closing the deal this year? Well, it appears so at this point. (Antonya English, Tampa Bay Times)
Gators offer 2015 running back: They are the ninth team to offer him a scholarship. Damien Harris is apparently really, really good, but really small. He's also reminding me of a Robert Gillespie as well. I'm okay with that. (Ricky Widmer, Writing Illini)
Football No. 9 for 2013 according to Andy Staples: Losing some people (Matt Elam, Sharrif Floyd and Jelani Jenkins) and getting some people back (Ronald Powell and Dominique Easley) should help and are one of the reasons why the Gators are at No. 9. Which in case you were wondering, is the fourth spot for an SEC team in the Top 10. (Andy Staples, SI.com)
Basketball heads on the road to Georgia: The Gators are playing really well, but are the peaking too early or are they just that good? I'm thinking it's a little of both, but hey, I've been wrong about the basketball team before. Here's hoping I'm wrong again. (Chris Harry, GatorZone)
Huntley Johnson: Yes, this article is indeed from 2009. But for those of you who haven't read it, you should. Because Johnson is basically the Gators' private attorney for athletes who run afoul of the law. (Jeremy Fowler, Orlando Sentinel)
Obligatory Manti Te'o thoughts: That guy is guilty as sin. He knew. He had to know. How dumb does one have to be to not realize your girlfriend is fake, dead or hurt? Now it comes out that he "knew" earlier than originally thought and lied to keep it going. It's just funny now. But then again it was always kinda funny.
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