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Chomping At Bits: How Much Of Florida's Struggles Are Will Muschamp's Fault?

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Is the Gators' fall all Will Muschamp's fault? Today in Columns That Ask Questions And Don't Even Take A Courtesy Cut At Answering Them. (Marc Ryan, Only Gators)

Muschamp says his inexperience not to blame: Good to hear, Will. (Antonya English, Gator Report/St. Petersburg Times)

More thoughts on coaches' decisions: As in, do they actually matter? (Jeff MacGregor, ESPN)

Bowl eligibility not a focus: But it probably should be this weekend, given that "get bowl eligible" and "BEAT FURMAN" are essentially the same thing at this point. (Rachel George, Swamp Things/Orlando Sentinel)

Florida-Ohio State series could be renewed: For the record, I would love for this to happen ... in three years, when Aaron Craft isn't in Columbus anymore. (Kevin Brockway, Hoops Scoop/Gainesville Sun)

Tim Tebow foundation opening hospital: And about 20 years from now, some missionary's kid who was born there will win the Heisman. (Jason Lieser, Gator Bytes/Palm Beach Post)

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