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Chomping at Bits: Gators offense, Will Muschamp's new message take center stage

Chomping at Bits wonders is it finally time for the offense (the offense at Florida at all places) to finally step up?


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Gators offense to rebound in 2013?: It seems so long ago that Quinton Dunbar had that great spring. It also seems so long ago since the Gators had a great offense. For a school known for such great offenses over the years, it has been way too long. (Edward Aschoff, SEC Blog/ESPN)

Will Muschamp changes the message: "Are you better?" I like it. (Michael DiRocco, SEC Blog/ESPN)

Gators No. 18 in Phil Steele's preseason rankings: Well he did correctly guess the Gators last year... so he's expecting a step back. I can see it happening too, but I'm not so sure there are 17 better football teams out there either. (Edgar Thompson, Swamp Things/Orlando Sentinel)

Ceding to the SEC: Not so sure about some of the analogies, but hey, I do think that the SEC will win another BCS National Championship. Why? Because the first rule in betting is never bet against a streak. (Kevin Duffey, Saturday Down South)

Steve Spurrier still having fun: I'm glad. The man who I consider to be the greatest coach ever in college football (why you ask? Because he's won at Duke and now at South Carolina, which are much harder things than just at Florida) is still going strong. (Chris Low, ESPN) (Edward Aschoff, SEC Blog/ESPN)

Personal note: Speaking of the greatest coaches, I guess ESPN is ranking the greatest coaches in NFL history and well, Joe Gibbs at No. 9? I might be a little biased but come on, there is no way that eight better head coaches have paced an NFL sideline. Not a chance.

Personal note II: Beginning on Friday morning, I'll be out of town for a little bit of R&R. Not sure how this will impact the track coverage of the NCAA Outdoor Championships (first article is about an hour away) or things like the Sunday Brunch yet, but we'll see.

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