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Chomping at Bits: Kenny Boynton, Jacoby Brissett, JUCO's, Louisville and the NFL

Chomping at Bits looks at everything it possibly can to avoid talking about the most boring basketball game of the season played last night.

Al Messerschmidt

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Kenny Boynton a help or hindrance?: Excellent article about Boynton's annoying little habits that make us all go "No, no, no, no, YES!" at least three or four times a game. (Andy Glockner,

Gators sign three JUCO transfers: Welcome aboard Trenton Brown, Darious Cummings (who was once a Florida State Seminole) and Tyler Moore. (GatorZone)

Gators begin prep for Louisville: The Gators finished with the No. 2 defense (behind Alabama) in the SEC so it's not like they miss Charlie Strong all that much from a performance standpoint. But for some of the older players on the defense, it's personal. They all like the man. (David Jones, Florida Today)

Will Jacoby Brissett stay?: Since Jeff Driskel is here to stay as the starting quarterback, the question now is whether or not Brissett will stay here for the long haul. Personally, I wouldn't. But hey, for every Ingle Martin or Brock Berlin, there is a Jesse Palmer or a Noah Brindise. (Matt Watts, Miami Herald)

NFL not talking point yet: The NFL being on the minds (and mouths) of players during the latter part of the 2009 season led to the downfall of the last great Gators football team. This year, that appears to be different. (Robbie Andreu,

Josh Evans set for East-West game: Even though it's a pay article, you get the point of it rather quickly. Congrats to Evans and go East! (Alex Gray, Gator Country)

Sports Report 12/19/2012: The last episode of the year is the holiday edition. Good stuff.


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