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Chomping At Bits: Charlie Weis Looks to Open Up Florida's Offense

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Florida's offense to be opened up: "What's left in Charlie Weis' kitchen sink?" is the easiest joke ever. (Jason Lieser, Gator Bytes/Palm Beach Post)

"Nameless, faceless" strategy praised: Because you don't train like you promote. (Kyle Maistri, Inside the Gators/Rivals)

Florida parents miffed by Meyer's staff: Wait, a guy who retired, then unretired, then recruited like a madman, and then retired again after his worst season as a head coach might have misled some folks along the way? Wow, stunning. (@PBPjasonlieser)

Gators' early successes unimpressive: "Look, soundly beating FAU, UAB, Tennessee and Kentucky was nice, but you know what beating teams of that caliber all season gets you? A Big East Championship." Troll hard, McCall. (Mike McCall)

After the jump, the video of the day.

"Who says that parents don't teach their kids everything?" I dunno, Florida fans who aren't wearing FSU hats while a five-year-old in a Miami shirt drinks Capri Sun out of a beer bong? (Via The Daily What.)

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