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Chomping at Bits: Hurricane Sandy's impact on Florida-Georgia

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Florida's chances of winning a mudder against Georgia would seem to be pretty good. So Hurricane Sandy might just help the Gators.

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Hurricane Sandy's Florida-Georgia role: It doesn't seem like Sandy will make landfall until hitting the mid-Atlantic, and the northwest corner of an Atlantic hurricane is often the weakest one, so there shouldn't be enough weather to cancel or postpone the game. But rain is a possibility, and wind in excess of 20 mph seems likely, which makes the Alligator headline about Sandy not affecting the game pretty funny. (Year2, Team Speed Kills | Kathryn Varn, The Independent Florida Alligator)

Previewing Georgia, TUG style: Georgia's weakness is an important one that Florida can totally exploit. (The Unsportsmanlike Gentleman)

NCAA to hold head coaches responsible for assistants: This is a big step to make sure that head coaches run tight ships. (George Schroeder and Dan Wolken, USA TODAY Sports)

Sports gambling could be big business soon: Well, big legal business. (Dan Wetzel, Yahoo! Sports)

Messing with Scott Fujita was a bad idea: This is the story of a good man caught in a sport that rewards being bad. (Jonathan Mahler, Deadspin)

How to make a coach quit: Y'all will enjoy the latest Bomani & Jones.

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