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Chomping at Bits: Florida's 2014 Homecoming weekend game set for October vs. Missouri

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Florida may have revenge on the mind for its 2014 Homecoming game.

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Florida sets 2014 Homecoming date: It'll be October 17 and 18, with Florida hosting Missouri on the 18th, a Saturday. (GatorZone)

Gators getting back to fundamentals during bye: Getting players to play fast makes sense. (Scott Carter, GatorZone)

Florida's top 10 players: No. 1 is kind of nuts, but it's hard to argue against it. (Jesse Simonton, Gator Clause | The Miami Herald)

Kyle Christy named a 2013 Ray Guy Award nominee: Per a press release I got. No, he's probably not going to win, but they needed 85 names...

For Jonotthan Harrison, bigger is better: If Florida's going to drop puff pieces from interns on a week when the team's got virtual radio silence going on, they should at least be on players as interesting and likable as Harrison. (Robyn Jones, GatorZone)

Florida basketball still banged up: But that'll make Saturday's secret scrimmage fun! (Adam Silverstein, Only Gators)

Tickets still available for Florida-Kansas: Perhaps because they're not yet on sale as single-game tickets to the general public? (Chris Harry, GatorZone)

Your Gators moments of zen:

That'd be Florida gymnasts Morgan Frazier and Claire Boyce chilling in one shirt.

Awww. I hope Erik Murphy and Lauren Embree get married and live happily ever after and have lots of cyborg athlete kids who come to Florida and win titles. (I hope they get Lauren's vert.)

Are you cool with a Homecoming game against a non-cupcake for once? What would you work on in practice this week? Would you buy a ticket to Florida-Kansas if they were on sale individually? The comments are yours.

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