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Will Muschamp and "the dilemma": I'm all for just letting the quarterback do what he does best. If that involves him running the ball, let him do it. Whatever happens, happens. You're not going to win with him not doing it, so give it a shot. Right? (Andrew Melnick, FanSided)
More pass rush wanted: It seems like we've been wanting to see more of this for like half a decade. (Jeff Barlis, SEC Blog/ESPN)
Orange and Blue Debut this Saturday: You've got a couple of viewing options: Attend the 1:30 p.m. ET game, watch the replay on "Breakfast with the Gators," or pay $3.99 to watch it live. I'm not sure yet if those out of state will once again be able to watch it for free though. (Fox Sports Florida)
30 three-star targets to remember this year: They've only done a few of these so far, but the Gators have had one player listed so far and that is 6'4", 280-pound offensive lineman Tyler Jordan out of Jacksonville. (Brian McLaughlin, Saturday Down South)
College basketball way too early 2014-15 rankings: The Gators come in at No. 8 with a caveat that they'll probably start a little slow because they'll have a new starting lineup. (Eamonn Brennan, ESPN)
Sprinters anchoring Gators' roster: Having a roster that includes Dedric Dukes, Najee Glass, Hugh Graham Jr. and Arman Hall is almost unfair. (Lawrence Laguna, The Independent Florida Alligator)
Kurt Roper Challenge: It's looking like either $590,000 or $600,000 is going to be the number we're going to use. I can't decide though, either just the base salary or the base salary plus the $10,000 Nike bonus. It's up to y'all. And for those of you who don't know what I'm talking about, read the comments here.
BBQ Pitmasters: This show is awesome.
Best board games: I watched the movie Battleship the other day and was surprised that it was actually a solid movie (Brooklyn Decker!). As for the actual board game though, it just doesn't quite make the list.
- 1) Risk
- 2) Stratego
- 3) Trivial Pursuit
- 4) Battle of the Sexes
- 5) Monopoly
Just missing the list: Quelf and Would You Rather? I do enjoy the games like Apples to Apples and Cards Against Humanity, but those aren't really board games.
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