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Rebels say they aren't taking the Gators lightly: Jim McElwain said in his Monday press conference that Ole Miss probably "figures they should beat the heck out of us" and likely "doesn't have much regard for us." Mississippi coach Hugh Freeze and quarterback Chad Kelly disagreed. The Rebels say they don't want to make a mistake by taking the Gators lightly after a week of low-energy practice led to a sluggish performance against Vanderbilt. (Daniel Paulding, The Clarion-Ledger)
Treadwell vs. Hargreaves, Part II: The pair are excited to have a chance to play against each other again, after last doing so at the 2013 Under Armour All American Game. (Zach Abolverdi, The Gainesville Sun)
Antonio Callaway named SEC Freshman of the Week: Callaway became the second true freshman in Florida Gator football history to record a 100-yard receiving performance on Saturday. (Gatorzone)
Chad Grier, father of Will Grier, recaps the Tennessee game: The elder Grier attended the game Saturday and watched his son lead a fourth quarter comeback for the ages. (Chad Grier, Sporting News)
Oxford and Gainesville police departments engage in Twitter battle: Yes, this is a thing that happened. (Nick Swartz, USA Today)
Happy birthday, Gatorade: The innovation turns 50. (April Frawley Lacey, UF News)
Fred Taylor named to 2015 SEC Legends Class: Taylor will be honored at events surrounding December's SEC Championship Game. (GatorZone)
Men's basketball practice starts Friday: The new era under Mike White begins. (Ian Cohen, Independent Florida Alligator | Chris Harry, GatorZone)
Dorian Finney-Smith is becoming a leader for the Gators: #RiseOfTheDoeDoe (Kevin Brockway, The Gainesville Sun)
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