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Chomping At Bits: Gators On Twitter, Danny Wuerffel Recovering

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Chomping At Bits is back for good. 8:00 a.m., daily, with a tweaked format, and stocked with the best Florida Gators links and news we can find. Got a link we should check out? Email us, subject line CAB.

Follow the #Gators: Bourbon Meyer has a list of the Gators with confirmed Twitter accounts. Pursue and/or harass wisely. (One Of A Cast Of Thousands, Bourbon Meyer)

Danny Wuerffel getting better:

"Former Florida Gators quarterback Danny Wuerffel has not recovered from a debilitating condition as quickly as he would have hoped but still expects a complete recovery and to return to his role as executive director of Desire Street Ministries soon, his assistant said Monday."

Wuerffel, recovering from a bout with Guillain-Barre Syndrome, also made it to a speaking engagement three weeks ago. (Hal Habib, Palm Beach Post)

Barbecue coming to The Swamp: (PR Newswire)

"I am enthusiastic that we are continuing a great collaboration with the University of Florida - a partnership that becomes increasingly stronger each year," said Charlie Maloney, Centerplate's general manager based at the University. "We are excited about our new concepts for football, including our new Everglades Barbeque featuring in-house smoked beef, pork and we will be renovating a number of service locations throughout the Stephen C. O'Connell Center, home to Gator basketball, Ben Hill Griffin Stadium, home to Gator football, and the Alfred A. McKethan Stadium Baseball Stadium."

Is Chris Martin the next Cam Newton? Yeah, no. (The Bull Gator)

BREAKING NEWS NEW MEN'S GOLF ASSISTANT COACH: John Handrigan is your new Gators men's golf assistant coach. He comes to Gainesville by way of noted golfing power (uh, no) Kansas, and replaces Mercer-bound Steve Bradley. (GatorZone)

After the jump, the video of the day.


Stat Quo - Like Dat by yafs1925

Atlanta rapper Stat Quo went to UF and studied economics and international business before eventually signing to Eminem's Shady Records. There may be bad words in this song, so, y'know, use discretion.

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