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Chomping at Bits: More on Antonio Morrison, SEC's bowl schedule, and Dominique Easley

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Chomping at Bits takes a quick look at among other things, the Antonio Morrison situation, Dominique Easley getting love and the SEC Bowl schedule.

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Will Muschamp should stand up for Antonio Morrison: I still think that he should at least sit out the first game of the season against Toledo. (Zach Abolverdi, Gator Prospectus/GatorSports)

Dominique Easley getting some pub: This review is pretty much spot on and it's one of the best reviews of a Gators player I've seen in a long time. (Josh Norris, RotoWorld)

Gators-Canes just one of four ACC vs. SEC games: The SEC will probably easily win three of the four, with the Gators favorites (by just under a field goal) to be one of the three victors. And no, take it easy Miami fans, there is no way Sun Life Stadium will be sold-out unless it's all Gators fans. (John Pickens, State of the U)

Gators soccer is picked to win East: They are also picked to finished second-overall behind Texas A&M. (GatorZone)

Ranking the SEC's defensive tackles: They've got Easley No. 1. (Jon Cooper, Saturday Down South)

SEC finalizing bowl agreements: Of course the Sugar Bowl, Peach Bowl, Citrus Bowl and a host of others are still going to be the status quo, but hello Orange Bowl. (Chris Low, SEC Blog/ESPN)

Jenn Brown going to NFL Network: Why are all the good ones leaving ESPN? (Jason McIntyre, The Big Lead)

Movie review: Went and saw The Conjuring last night and I just don't get it. It's one of those horror movies where the first half is great, suspenseful and somewhat creepy, but then the second half of it just gets a little dumb. It's still a decent movie but it becomes unbelievable and even though it's based on a true story (aren't they all?), yeah, I'd give it somewhere between a C to a C-.

Personal thought: I see that politics made an appearance on here yesterday in some articles/comments. Sigh.

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