Chomping at Bits: Jeff Driskel's confidence, Dominique Easley on "Rocky Top"

Mike Ehrmann

Jeff Driskel's not totally shaken by Florida's first loss. And Dominique Easley shakes it to "Rocky Top," because of course.

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Jeff Driskel still confident: As long as "confident" translates to "smart enough to be conservative when he needs to be," I think Florida will be fine. (Chris Harry, GatorZone)

Dominique Easley dances to "Rocky Top": Murderbear's gotta make the best of it. (Jason Kirk, SB Nation)

Tennessee is still unsure about its QB: Great news entering SEC play! (Evan Woodberry, GoVolsXtra)

What 'Bama-A&M taught us: I think this is pretty much dead on, and also I spent far too much time on Saturday saying "He picked Alabama over Florida" re: Jeoffrey Pagan and O.J. Howard. (Bill Connelly, SB Nation)

Three reasons the Jags should still consider Tebow: The "Why not?" factor is tremendous here, but I think we know that Tebow's fans aren't actually turning out in droves to Jags games, which mitigates it. (Dan Shanoff, Q Sports)

Chloe Mann blogs about Florida: Chloe's the best. (Chloe Mann, espnW)

Cynic drops cynical take on college football: Are there a lot of college football fans who don't have these concerns and trepidations? (Jeff Pearlman)

Gators in the NFL, Week 2: Reggie Nelson is a very deserving player of the week. (Adam Silverstein, Only Gators)

Onion rings > fries: Unless the fries are really good, yes. (Claire Zulkey)

High school football player dies after helmet-to-helmet hit: Football is brutal. (Mitch Stephens, MaxWire National Blog | MaxPreps)

Your Gators moment of zen, part 1:

Your Gators moment of zen, part 2:

Are you headed to Florida's volleyball match against Florida State tonight? Heard the new Drake album yet? The comments are yours.


Andy Hutchins is Alligator Army's managing editor. Follow Alligator Army on Twitter and Facebook.

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