Chomping at Bits: How Patric Young bore down and bullied Kentucky

Kinda looks like Popeye, doesn't he? - USA TODAY Sports

Patric Young's focus is key to him playing well. And it was laser-sharp against Kentucky.

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Patric Young hunkers down and hulks out: Rarely does Pat throw his weight around as well as he did on defense last night, but, then, rarely does he put all the other distractions out of his mind. (Scott Carter, GatorZone)

Kentucky will miss Nerlens Noel dearly: Glenn makes some good points about the psyche of a fan base, too. (Glenn Logan, A Sea Of Blue)

For pure schadenfreude purposes: This was KSR's live blog last night. (Kentucky Sports Radio)

Gators' five wide receivers not unique to 2013 class: The Gators signed five wide receivers this year for the first time since 2002 in a list that included Dallas Baker, Jemalle Cornelius and Reggie Lewis. And we all know that Lewis became better known as a defensive back who preserved the overtime victory over Vanderbilt in 2005. The other time they signed that many was 1997 in which Darrell Jackson and Travis Taylor decided to wear the Orange and Blue. Will any of the 2013 class become stars? (Michael DiRocco, GatorNation | ESPN)

The domination of Tampa continues: The Tampa area has long been considered a recruiting stronghold (maybe the backbone of the team?) for the Gators football program. This year was no different. (Antonya English, Tampa Bay Times)

Alex Anzalone: "I could have played Division I lacrosse." Let us all be grateful he didn't flip to Johns Hopkins. (Scott Carter, GatorZone)

Because you haven't read it: Go read the long, long recap of last night, which is not just a recap of last night.

Can't wait for the "Harlem Shake" meme to be over: But I guess this something y'all will enjoy.

Gator Sports Report for February 12: Baseball and softball are the headliners. (GatorVision)

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