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Chomping at Bits: J.C. Jackson bonds out of jail, McElwain comments; more on Tim Tebow

I may have written this headline to get J.C. Jackson and Tim Tebow in one together. You know, for posterity.

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J.C. Jackson out of jail, "not on campus": Jackson bonded out on Tuesday, apparently meeting the entire bond. Jim McElwain didn't say he was suspended on Tuesday, just prior to meeting the Polk County Gator Club, but he hinted as much — and said he hasn't spoken to Jackson since. (Thomas Goldkamp and Luke Stampini, 247Sports | Cindy Swirko, The Gainesville Sun)

Bet on Tim Tebow making the Eagles' roster? Why, of course you can. And most fans at SB Nation's Eagles site think he will. Also, Philly plans to use Tebow in short yardage, which is a good sign, because that never fails in an excruciatingly painful and memorable way that clouds the memory of efficiency. (Brandon Lee Gowton, Bleeding Green Nation: Poll and Odds | Plan to Experiment)

Kytra Hunter up for Honda Award: She could become Florida's first two-time winner, just like she is Florida's first two-time individual national champion. (GatorZone)

Florida is the "best" school for athletes: I'll expound on this later, but ... yeah, sure. (STACK)

Jameis Winston got the hookup on his crab legs: So, apparently, he was faced with a choice when he talked to cops that fateful day: Tell the truth and confess to an NCAA violation, or lie and get a civil citation for his troubles. He lied. To cops. I'm sure pending civil litigation against him will make no note of that. (Bud Elliott, Tomahawk Nation | Brendan Sonnone, Orlando Sentinel)

Marshall Henderson waited to troll Erin Andrews: I think the funny part is that he waited an entire weekend to troll her. Genius takes time? (Don't read the comments.) (Jeff Gray, Red Cup Rebellion)

There's a shirt celebrating Billy Donovan's 500 wins: I know, old, but I didn't realize this was made. (GatorZone Shop)

Miami has the best quarterback in the state: Miami also has the state's only full-time returning starter, but, hey, details. (Andrea Adelson, ESPN)

Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag was great: I feel like I ought to write "Reminder:"-style posts. (Luke Plunkett, Kotaku)

Full House was not great: I watched a lot of TV that wasn't very good because the youngest person in the house typically controlled the remote when I was younger. My sister loved Full House. She's not a toddler now, and I suspect she'd agree it's bad. (Mike Ryan, UPROXX | Bryan Armen Graham, The Guardian)

Middle schoolers are the vanguard of the stats revolution: So, yes, keep saying that you don't believe in advanced stats, old people. (Ben Cohen, The Wall Street Journal)

MLB Advanced Media is bigger in streaming than you know: Some of the numbers mentioned here are nuts. (Erik Malinowski, The New Republic)

Your Gators moments of zen:

That's former Florida wideout Robert Clark, noting the most important thing about Waka Flocka's run for president.

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