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Chomping At Bits: Brent Pease Is Officially Florida's Offensive Coordinator Edition

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Brent Pease officially hired: And you know it was in the works for a while, because this article is incredibly detailed. (Scott Carter, GatorZone)

More on Pease: Goldkamp had sources saying Pease was set to be announced on Friday before talks hit a snag. Pure guess: That snag might have been Pease trying to leverage interest from Alabama and Nick Saban for more money. (Thomas Goldkamp, Gator Country)

$500K per year for Pease: Although it's a three-year deal, not a five-year contract. (@APMarkLong)

Additionally on Pease: There's a news conference coming at noon, and I'll have tweets at @AlligatorArmy. (@osgators)

Examining Boise State's offense: This was written pre-Pease's takeover, but many of the same principles apply. (Mike Kuchar, Smart Football)

Could Pease help Florida's wide receivers? An interesting take, though Austin Pettis and Titus Young are not quite lighting the world on fire as pros. (Michael DiRocco, GatorNation/ESPN)

Florida No. 23 in preseason rankings: Hey, 23 worked out for that Jordan fellow. (Bill Connolly, SB Nation)

Could the SEC ditch traditional rivalries? Scary stuff if you like Florida playing LSU every year. (Senator Blutarsky, Get The Picture)

Forget a playoff, fix the system: An absolutely blistering take on why a lot of the playoff clamoring is misguided. (Bomani Jones, SB Nation)

Florida, a No. 6 seed: Chris, who is a Florida fan and knows his stuff, dishes a bit of bad news in SB Nation's first weekly Bracketology of the year. (Chris Dobbertean, SB Nation)

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