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Luke Del Rio expected to return vs. Missouri: The Gators’ starting QB has his bill of health from Jim McElwain, and should start against the Tigers ... but no one told Austin Appleby, who is prepping to start, too.
No news on Florida-LSU: Seems to me like we’ve got an intractable, irreconcilable difference between the two schools. If only there were a third party that could force them to find a solution... (Chris Harry, Florida Gators)
Other Florida-LSU reactions: Did Greg Sankey screw up in a big way? Is Joe Alleva running a long con? Is the SEC gonna have to make nice with the Sun Belt? Could the SEC really move its championship game? What is fact, and what’s fiction? (Steven Godfrey, SB Nation | Adam Silverstein, Only Gators | Brett McMurphy, ESPN | Courtney Fritts, Gridiron Now | Zach Abolverdi, SEC Country / The Atlanta Journal-Constitution)
Brandon Siler is Mr. Two Bits: Yes, this is part of a celebration of Florida’s 2006 national championship squad, but, uh, we are sliding down the list now, it would seem. (Chris Harry, Florida Gators)
Tim Tebow goes hitless, prays with fan: So the Tebow-plays-baseball experiment is proceeding apace, basically. (Adam Rubin, ESPN)
Florida’s offense can be controlled: He’s not wrong. (Bill Connelly, Rock M Nation)
Your Gators moment of zen: This is equal parts disturbing and impressive.
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