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Chomping at Bits: Florida's win at Georgia produces sighs of relief

This wasn't just a road win over a rival.

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Gators' offense gives defense a breather: Amazing how just a spate or two of offensive efficiency can tide this team over. Also amazing: How one can spin a game in which KeVaughn Allen had a third of Florida's points into "almost everyone stepped up." (Chris Harry, Florida Gators)

Softball excited for home opener: As well that team should be. (Scott Carter, Florida Gators | Brian Lee, The Alligator)

Florida infield likely to be focal point: From Peter Alonso on one corner to a shift up the middle, the Gators' infield is brimming with potential, but also the area of this team most in flux. (Luis Torres, The AlligatorRobbie Andreu, The Gainesville Sun)

Breaking down Florida's QB competition: Presuming Treon Harris is already at wide receiver is, again, getting ahead of ourselves. (John Crist, Saturday Down South)

Could Will Muschamp be better for South Carolina than Tom Herman? I think the answer is yes, but, then, we know how I feel about Muschamp. (Jay Clemons, SEC Country)

Alex McMurtry to compete on floor exercise: From the commenter you know as wyzgator:

Why is this big? McMurtry is one of the most talented gymnasts on Florida's roster, as she's evinced through two years of starring on the vault, and acquitting herself well on the bars and beam. She's also an elegant performer who hasn't done a tumbling pass in competition with the Gators, with both Rhonda Faehn and Jenny Rowland managing her workload as she has recovered from a stress fracture.

Now we'll get to see what she can do, apparently. I'm excited.

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