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Chomping at Bits: Can the 2013 offense led by Jeff Driskel live up to expectations set by the defense?

With spring football over, the summer begins and the questions linger or you know, we just make them up.

Spring is over, it's time for summer
Spring is over, it's time for summer

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Will Jeff Driskel, offense live up to defense? Jeff Driskel passed the ball for over 200 yards last year twice. Twice! Remember back in the days of Spurrier and company when the Gators could throw for more than 200 yards with Noah Brindise in the first half against LSU?!?! But seriously, that will change. For sure. (Andy Staples,

Driskel's health key: As it is similar for every football team at every level in the country. There are five questions here and not all of them deal with Driskel. (Robbie Andreu, Gainesville Sun)

Will Muschamp and Gators recruiting: This is just a quick rundown of every single commit this far for Will Muschamp and the Gators. I will say that Duke Dawson is my favorite of the group thus far as I've always (well, since the last decade or so) been a defensive guy first. (Bud Elliott, SB Nation)

He done did it: Mike McNeil, the former Auburn player who says Muschamp just for the hell of it decided to give him $400 out of a desk drawer full of money... yeah, he plead guilty to armed robbery and all that good stuff. (Hays Carlyon, Florida Times-Union)

Speaking of those allegations: An Auburn beatwriter goes point-by-point on those allegations and basically dissects everything in the original report. It's amazing stuff. Being the Auburn beatwriter though, he defends everything and says it couldn't have happened. (John Pennington, Mr. SEC | Ryan Wood, Opelika-Auburn News)

Gators baseball beats FSU: The Gators scored the go-ahead run in the ninth inning for their second straight victory over the Seminoles in Tallahassee. (GatorZone)

Speaking of the baseball team, be patient: They're young. But then again that is what happens when your entire roster from just a couple of years ago is raided by the major leagues. (Adam Pincus, The Independent Florida Alligator)

Gators No. 9 in final poll: Despite finishing in the elite eight, the Gators basketball team will end the year No. 9 in the coaches poll. It's the third straight year they have been in the top 10 in the final poll. (Gainesville Sun)

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