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Chomping At Bits: Florida Gators Talk Offense; Pro Day Isn't Like Years Past

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Muschamp and Pease talk offense: Basically, Pease's offense boils down to five points: Pounding running game, explosive passing game, creativity, eliminating turnovers and great quarterback play. I wish it was all that simple. (Adam Silverstein, Only Gators)

Muschamp takes shot at Meyer?: I think this is hilarious. At best, it's a slight shot. But this is the kind of stuff that always happens in the spring. (Jason Lieser, Gator Bytes/The Palm Beach Post)

Spring depth chart announced: Biggest surprise? Nick Alajajian is now at DT. It's also good to see that James Wilson was granted a sixth year by the NCAA. Occasionally, they do in fact do the right thing. (Rachel George, Swamp Things/Orlando Sentinel)

Nine Gators to miss spring practice: Among the nine are Dominique Easley, Lerentee McCray and Marcus Roberson. As long as those three are ready to go in the fall, I'll be happy. We already know what they can do on the field. (Jason Lieser, Gator Bytes/The Palm Beach Post)

Pro Day lacks luster: With only two players expected to be drafted, I would say so. Brantley is working with Charlie Frye and Tom Shaw. I'd like to think that he could find someone better than Charlie Frye. Seriously. (Rachel George, Orlando Sentinel)

Chris Rainey improves: Like we all said would happen, Rainey improved his 40-yard dash time. Though I do fear the "Time to Die" incident will continue to haunt him. (Rachel George, Swamp Things/Orlando Sentinel)

A.C. Leonard attends Pro Day: Don't worry. He's still suspended. (Jason Lieser, Gator Bytes/The Palm Beach Post)

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