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Antonio Morrison speaks about insane recovery: Spoiler alert: Though it's really nothing more than a young man working very hard to overcome adversity and return to a job that he knows could richly reward him if he can turn it into a career, there won't be a better story than Antonio Morrison returning to lead Florida as a senior after a devastating knee injury.
Read and listen to his quotes; there's no hint of the guy who punched a bouncer and barked at a police dog in the summer of 2013, and no suggestion that he could have taken even a second off from his maniacal rehabilitation and recovery to do that, anyway. One of the best things about college sports is watching boys (and girls) grow into young men (and women) over the courses of their careers.
Antonio Morrison has — and I'm excited I get to cheer for him this fall. (Scott Carter and Chris Harry, GatorZone)
Revisiting Florida's 2014 loss to Missouri: I think this helped me figure out one of the major distinctions between me and the Spencer/Ryan strain of Florida fans. More in the comments. (Spencer Hall and Ryan Nanni, EDSBS)
Will Muschamp, happy at Auburn, reflects on Florida tenure: Will Muschamp still being upset about the decision to fire him is one of the most Will Muschamp things ever. (Dennis Dodd, CBS Sports)
Two vying for "Student Mr. Two Bits": Of course they're former Preview staffers. (GatorZone)
The other New Mexico State opener: Or: In Which Steve Spurrier Laments A 49-Point Win. (Chris Harry, GatorZone)
Marcus Tatum favoring Florida: In a down year for in-state linemen, reeling in another offensive tackle would be useful. (Bob Redman, Scout)
FlaGators Memorial Wacky Wednesday Rankings: None this week. But check back next week!
Your Gators moment of zen:
Love rivalries @who_ya_got: @KirkHerbstreit @cbfowler Gentlemen, nothing says #collegefootball is here like this. pic.twitter.com/lmBrwYdQJa"— Chris Fowler (@cbfowler) September 1, 2015
Sure, former FSU player Snoop Minnis's "epic" and in no way sad means of trolling Florida is kind of creative. But it's also the sort of thing that FSU fans can get away with doing because Florida's mascot isn't a representation of a Native American tribe.
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