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Chomping At Bits: Gators Prep For South Carolina, Tim Tebow For Patriots

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Scottie Wilbekin's "instant defense": How awesome is it that Billy Donovan knows to pick out things like the lead anecdote here? (Chris Harry, GatorZone)

Gators in "lose-lose" situation: At least in practice, according to Erving Walker. (He's kidding.) (Adam Silverstein, Only Gators)

Bradley Beal fighting through wall: This happens to even the best freshmen. (Rachel George, Orlando Sentinel)

The Tim Tebow craze, examined by the NYT: It's better than you would think, though there are a few fact errors. (Dan Barry, The New York Times)

Can you doubt Tebow's sincerity? An exceptionally good Reilly column. (Rick Reilly, ESPN)

Can Gators dislike Tebow? A typically good essay. (Sam McCorkle, Bourbon Meyer)

Tebow wants to be role model: I love this much about him. (Nathan Whitaker, Orlando Sentinel)

Is Tebowing really Leaking? Funny that there was another devout national championship quarterback at Florida between Danny Wuerffel and Tebow, isn't it? (Brian Floyd, SB Nation)

"Now I'm winnin', Timothy Tebow": In which a Rick Ross quatrain makes ESPN. (Brian Floyd, SB Nation)

Tebow vs. the Steelers was truly epic: Like, statistically. (Bill Barnwell, Grantland)

Chandler Parsons getting his chance: And he's started hot for the Rockets. (Connor Huchton, Hardwood Paroxysm)

Donovan happy for Parsons: And also not that surprised. (Kevin Brockway, Hoops Scoop/Gainesville Sun)

An annual recruiting primer: And it's funny. (Spencer Hall, SB Nation)

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