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Chomping At Bits: Florida Gators Looking At Former Texas Assistant Greg Davis

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When just making the BCS National Championship Game is worth more than actually winning it: If Charlie Weis ever guides Kansas to the title game, he'll receive $200,000. Win it and he pockets an additional $100,000. Shouldn't those numbers be reversed? (Evan Dunlap, SB Nation Tampa Bay)

As for Weis's replacement, could Greg Davis be a candidate? The recent struggles at Texas practically mirror those at Florida, but there could be interest from both sides. (Jeffferson Powell, Florida Gator Examiner)

Goodbye Will Muschamp, hello Charlie Strong: We all love Strong; it's in our DNA. Former Gators Gerald Christian and Robert Clark may have similar feelings. The pair will visit Louisville this weekend. (Mike Rutherford, Card Chronicle)

Aaron Hernandez respects Tim Tebow: Well, I would hope so. The pair's teams face each other on Sunday. You know you'll be watching. (Ian R. Rapoport, Boston Herald)

Being ranked 317 out of 338 is never good: The men's basketball team does a things lot well; shooting free throws isn't one of them. (Mike Hodge, Gatorsports)

However; on December 28, 1968, free throws won the game for the Gators: 43 years go, Florida hit five free throws in the final minute to beat rival Georgia. I truly love the Internet. (St. Petersburg Times)

Matching socks? Hey, whatever works. (Phillip Heilman, Gator Country)

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