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Chomping at Bits: Brent Pease doesn't care about points or yards, only wins

Chomping at Bits looks at Brent Pease defending his offense, the expected workload of Matt Jones against Miami and reminiscences about the old College Football USA video games.


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Brent Pease understands concerns on offense: He also doesn't seem all that concerned about it either. Also, guru card? What? (Robbie Andreu, The Gainesville Sun)

More on Pease: I get that you only measure success by wins and losses, but only 12 teams in the country threw the ball less than the Gators did. The Gators rushed the ball 48 out of 70 offensive plays which is not what we're used to as Gators fans, so the offense while efficient, seems boring. (Jason Lieser, Gator Bytes/ The Palm Beach Post)

Jeff Driskel and fumbles: At the end of the day, he's right. If there is a missed block, which happened and is going to continue to happen, he's got to take better care of the football. (Jesse Simonton, The Miami Herald)

Chris Lammons is excited about Florida: After attending the season opening win against Toledo on Saturday he says his plan now is to no longer take official visits except his one to Florida. (Zach Abolverdi, Gator Prospectus/ The Gainesville Sun)

Time share at running back: So Matt Jones is expecting to get around 20-25 carries according to Pease. That leaves around 10-15 carries for everyone else, I think, not counting quarterback runs. (Robbie Andreu, The Gainesville Sun)

Errict Rhett as Mr. Two Bits: Remember how great Rhett was in the old Bill Walsh College Football USA video games in the early-mid 90's? Yeah, this might have been better since the last time Rhett was in The Swamp. (Scott Carter, Carter's Corner/ GatorZone)

Speaking of those old games: They were awesome. But I remember getting personal foul calls like crazy.

Aaron Murray: Saw on SportsCenter this morning that he is 1-6 against Top 10 opponents. You're never going to be considered an all-time great with a record like that.

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