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Chomping at Bits: Finishing up the spring, basketball and Jeff Demps

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Chomping at Bits looks at Will Muschamp's program at Florida and wonders if it's out of control. It's not, but apparently that's an issue today.

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Program isn't out of control: I never really thought it was but this is why Bianchi almost always cracks me up. Articles like this always lighten the mood for the day. (Mike Bianchi, Orlando Sentinel)

Receivers get praise: Does Will Muschamp finally have a group of receivers that he can rely on? (Zach Abolverdi, GatorSports)

Wrapping up the Gators' spring: Once again this year, I help out the guys at Saturday Edge put together their Gators' spring wrap up. Questions covered are breakout players, position grades and what we can expect in 2014. (Pezgordo, Saturday Edge)

Gators offer No. 1 prospect for 2016: He's an offensive lineman from Texas and all he knows about the Florida football program is that Emmitt Smith went there. (Andrew Spivey, GatorCountry)

Jeff Demps working in the slot: New head coach Lovie Smith might be the perfect coach for Demps. Remember, He had Devin Hester out in Chicago. (Marc Sessler, Around The League/NFL.com)

Alex Tyus doing well in Israel: He was recently named Euroleague MVP for April by averaging 13.5 points, 5.5 rebounds and 2.5 blocks per game for the month. (Kevin Brockway, Hoop Scoop/GatorSports)

Tennis to host NCAA first and second rounds: The women open up play against South Carolina and the men will play St. John's. (Special, The Gainesville Sun)

Donald Sterling: For a supposedly smart business man way are you're really going to bite the hand that feeds you?

Donald Sterling II: A lifetime ban, a big fine and a vote to remove you from "The World's Most Exclusive Club." That's about the right punishment for me, but how much money is going to get from the sale? A billion?

The Wolf of Wall Street: Watched it last night. Yeah...

Top Five Leonardo DiCaprio movies:

  • 1) Gangs of New York: Just amazing on so many levels.
  • 2) Titanic: Love story be dammed, this is a great movie.
  • 3) Blood Diamond: A great story, even better acting.
  • 4) The Great Gatsby: I enjoyed the modern take on one of the greatest books ever written.
  • 5) The Departed: Phenomenal.

Just missing the cut: Catch Me If You Can, Django Unchained, The Quick and the Dead, Shutter Island and The Beach. I haven't seen Inception yet, but I hear good things.

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