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Chomping at Bits: Florida to delay spring practice for injured players like Jeff Driskel

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Florida pushing back practice to get its players healthy is a smart move.

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Florida will delay spring practice for injured players, primarily Jeff Driskel: In case you were unsure that Florida thinks Driskel is likely the starter, or something. (Pat Dooley, The Gainesville Sun)

Clarification on Chris Walker: Well, if "clarification" is "muddying the waters on which sites reported what and providing vague explanations for why Chris Walker might not play immediately," anyway. (Chris Harry, Harry Fodder | GatorZone)

Youth vs. experience in the O'Dome tonight: I'd go with two good teams, or one healthy team vs. one crippled one. (Chris Harry, GatorZone)

Hargreaves, Fowler Jr., Purifoy named to AP All-SEC teams: Hargreaves is Florida's first freshman AP All-SEC first-teamer since Emmitt Smith. Heady company. (GatorZone)

Chloe Mann says goodbye: Her career deserved a better ending. (Scott Carter, Carter's Corner | GatorZone)

Allan Chaney forced to quit basketball: Another career, for a former Gator, that deserved a better ending. (Myron Medcalf, ESPN)

The prettiest bowl schedule anywhere: Look at the shiny! (SB Nation)

How is Tennessee going to recruit 35 players in the class of 2014: Easy: By bending rules and daring the SEC and NCAA to call its bluff. (Michael Carvell, College Recruiting Blog | Atlanta Journal-Constitution)

Could Uber be a billion-dollar company? This has nothing to do with sports, but I enjoyed it. (Kevin Roose, Daily Intelligencer | New York)

Your Gators moments of zen:

It was very, very cold in Chicago last night, but at least Bostic's Bears got a win.

The comments are yours.

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