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Chomping at Bits: Will Grier leads "odds" to be Florida's QB in 2015

Florida's redshirt freshman quarterback seems to have moved ahead of Treon Harris.

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Will Grier leads "odds" on Florida's 2015 QB: I kinda hate that this is even a thing Bleacher Report pumps out, because they're not "odds" if you can't actually lay a bet on them, in my mind ... but Grier is leading the QB derby by most estimations. (Barrett Sallee, Bleacher Report)

Brian Kelly speaks a harsh truth: But turning football into the key to a better life is problematic, too. (Steven Godfrey and Bud Elliott, SB Nation)

Recruiting "Moneyball": I am convinced the author of this article either did not read Moneyball or completely misinterpreted it, but this is still a good read. (JC Shurburtt, 247Sports)

Gators start well at NCAA Outdoor Championships: Another national title for Marquis Dendy helps. (Will Pantages, GatorZoneGatorZone)

Buddy Reed had only one real scholarship offer: Thank goodness Florida was the school to give it to him. (Cody Jones, Fightin' Gators | Scout)

ESPN's CWS coverage: It's going to feature softball star Jess Mendoza as a sideline reporter, rather than a know-nothing who patronizes viewers from behind the plate, a welcome change from the WCWS. (ESPN MediaZone)

Our Virginia blog previews Florida: "Perhaps the most balanced team in Omaha." (Ryan Reese, Streaking The Lawn)

Brooke Austin reflects on freshman season at Florida: Winning SEC Player of the Year as a freshman is pretty cool. (Colette Lewis,

McArthur Burnett decommits from Miami: Like Josh Newberg, I'd expect him to eventually commit to Florida.

How to run Power: Great for nerds! (Seth, mgoblog)

How the Columbia House CD scam worked: A fun read. Also: Sasha Frere-Jones worked at Columbia House!? (Annie Zaleski, The A.V. Club)

LeBron's recovery process: It takes a lot of work to get ready for work, it would seem. (Ken Berger, CBS Sports)

Here's a Barcelona keeper in a go kart: Whimsy! (Telegraph)

Now we have two Gators running for President: I'm not aligned with Marco Rubio politically, but I'll take him eight days a week over a former Pike who gleefully self-identifies as an "asshole." (Ian Servantes, Complex)

Pizza Hut to release future Fast Food Reviews item: Not sure about dipping a pig in a blanket in yellow mustard. Or the wisdom of eating this.

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