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Chomping at Bits: Gators offer a DB, Sheriron Jones wants playmakers, '80s rock ballads

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Chomping at Bits is talking about Sheriron Jones wanting playmakers to join him, the FIFA World Cup and the greatest 1980s rock ballads.

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Sheriron Jones wants playmakers to join him: Could he be the biggest cheerleader for us on the recruiting trail this year? It's always nice to have a quarterback recruit do that. (Andrew Spivey, Gator Country)

Ranking SEC running backs: Kelvin Taylor checks in at No. 10. (Chris Low, SEC Blog / ESPN)

Jeremy McDuffie gets an offer: The defensive back now lists Duke and Florida as his top two. (Zach Abolverdi, Gator Prospectus / Gator Sports)

Gators at eight-win total: Eight wins is probably about right for a betting line, but it's interesting to see that nearly every one of the comments has the under. (Jon Cooper, Saturday Down South)

Justin Shafer and Casey Turgeon sign deals: They've signed with the Toronto Blue Jays and St. Louis Cardinals, respectively. (The Gainesville Sun)

Farrior Hall to get renovated as well: A good idea. (Scott Carter, GatorZone)

Manny Machado: As a Cleveland Indians fan, he reminds me of a young Albert Belle.

The World Cup: Can't wait.

The World Cup II: Forza Azzurri.

The U.S. Open: Phil Mickelson, it's your time.

The NBA Finals: Go Spurs.

Greatest '80s rock ballads: Ever just been in one of those moods?

  • 1) Sister Christian - Night Ranger
  • 2) Every Rose Has Its Thorn - Poison
  • 3) November Rain - Guns N' Roses
  • 4) Heaven - Warrant
  • 5) High Enough - Damn Yankees

Just missing the list: Faithfully - Journey. Or really anything by Journey because I just thought of Open Arms. And pretty much anything Bad Company did in that decade as well. And maybe Bon Jovi.

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