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Chomping at Bits: Gators support Will Grier, but have faith in Treon Harris

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The Florida Gators support suspended quarterback Will Grier but have every faith in new starter Treon Harris as they turn their attention towards LSU.

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Gators react to Will Grier's suspension and rally around Treon Harris: Florida's players support Grier and feel sympathy for him but are ready for Harris to lead and have every confidence in his ability to do so. (Robbie Andreu, Gainesville SunEdgar Thompson, Orlando Sentinel)

LSU is next stop on October gauntlet: Florida players look ahead to the challenge this Saturday's game presents, and have noticed that some of the Gators' "doubters" include the College GameDay crew. (Zach Abolverdi, Gainesville Sun)

Treon Harris' running ability on radar of LSU defense: LSU will be watching for Harris to scramble, but sees him replacing Grier as a "starter replacing a starter". (David Ching, ESPN)

Florida's defense should still carry them to SEC East title: Bill C's weekly numerical article suggests that the Gators should still be able to win the SEC East with Treon Harris under center, thanks in part to the Gator defense. (Bill Connelly, SB Nation)

North Carolina native Alex McCalister thriving at Florida: McCalister talks about playing for the new coaches and the chemistry between the players. (Jay Spivey, Winston-Salem Journal)

Gators react to Steve Spurrier's resignation: Reactions from Athletic Director Jeremy Foley, Florida Coach Jim McElwain (Fox Sports) and voice of the Gators Mick Hubert. (David Williams, Fox 13 News)

The SEC is what is it today because of Spurrier: Making the case that Spurrier's style of play, and brand of rhetoric, changed the landscape of the conference. (Brandon Adams, SEC Country)

A personal recollection of Steve Spurrier. (David Wunderlich, Team Speed Kills)

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