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Chomping at Bits: Sharrif Floyd, Jacksonville State and Call of Duty: Black Ops II

The Gators' Sharrif Floyd was adopted after his tussle win the NCAA over benefits. I don't think anybody will be crying over this... yeah, right.

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More on Floyd's adoption: Sharrif Floyd's adoption and a NCAA loophole. I know that Andy's got a piece up here about it, but this is big news. (Graham Watson, Dr. Saturday/Yahoo! Sports)

Gators, Jax State preview: So the Gators are looking for their 10th win of the season and could very well get it this Saturday against Jacksonville State. Yep, they'll get it. I don't know if they'll score 44 points in doing so, but yeah, I'll take the under. (CBS Sports)

Gators shorthanded against Badgers: The Gators will be minus Casey Prather, Scottie Wilbekin and possibly Erik Murphy who has been suffering from nausea and headaches the past couple of days for their round-ball game tonight against Wisconsin. (Antonya English, Tampa Bay Times)

Gators, Badgers preview: The game is tonight, at 7:00 p.m. (Eastern Time) on ESPN2. (CBS Sports)

On a personal note: Yes, I bought Call of Duty: Black Ops II. It is amazing. I'm not into the whole "Zombie Apocalypse" thing to the extent that others are, but Zombie mode is pretty much worth the price of the game itself. The entire game is incredible. Yes, sir.

Gators sports report 11/13/12:


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