Chomping at Bits comes stocked with the best Florida Gators links and news we can find. Got a link we should check out? Email us at AlligatorArmy@gmail.com, subject line CAB, or find us on Twitter at @AlligatorArmy or on Facebook at Facebook.com/AlligatorArmy.
Antonio Callaway "questionable" for Georgia after sustaining foot injury:
#Gators star freshman WR Antonio Callaway injured foot in practice and is questionable vs. UGA. "We'll see what's up," Jim McElwain said.— Jesse Re Simonton (@JesseReSimonton) October 28, 2015
1. I think Jim McElwain — who said "probably questionable" in response to a question about a player's injury status this year, and has made a running joke of media interest in injury — is likely to downplay and/or conceal the totality of truth on them.
2. I also think that Florida actually has a decent solution or two for the absence of Callaway — whether that requires a greater dose of Demarcus Robinson or the emergence of Ahmad Fulwood.
3. It's still not a great thing for a freshman sensation to get hurt days before the season's new biggest game.
4. Callaway did tweet this late Wednesday night, but, well, he's not a doctor.
I'm good for those who were wondering— Antonio Callaway (@Ripbobby_G) October 29, 2015
Mike McNeely will have different Florida-Georgia view: Also, this is great. (Scott Carter, GatorZone)
He has attended all of Florida’s home games and watched the road games. He still tries to work out twice a week at The Swamp and got to meet new head coach Jim McElwain during training camp.
"I introduced myself and told him I’m a former player and going to medical school," he said. "When I told him that, he high-fived me. It’s great to see him doing so well with the program.
Billy Donovan wins Thunder debut: The Spurs shot 15 or fewer threes just six times in 2014-15. Donovan's Thunder held San Antonio to that exactly that many attempts from distance in his first time out. (Marina Mangiaracina, Welcome to Loud City)
Your Gators moments of zen:
The first of many. https://t.co/sCns2Mc2Y9— Alligator Army (@AlligatorArmy) October 29, 2015
The comments are yours.