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Chomping at Bits: Florida coach Jim McElwain gives updates on Antonio Callaway, Matt Rolin, and fall camp

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Jim McElwain gives updates on Antonio Callaway, Matt Rolin, and fall camp: McElwain indicated that he had to follow UF’s lead as far as not being able to discuss Callaway’s case. He did note that there could be some “harder consequences” for players habitually using marijuana. McElwain also stated that Rolin would stay at UF to finish his degree and was leaving the team because he lost his “love for the game.” After being disappointed in Thursday’s practice, McElwain was happier with the effort given in the scrimmage and during yesterday’s session. (Matt Baker, Tampa Bay Times; Robbie Andreu, Gainesville Sun; Ryan Young, SEC Country)

Gators likely headed for committee approach at running back: McElwain pointed to his 2010 Alabama team, which featured Mark Ingram, Trent Richardson, and Eddie Lacy, as an example of a deep and talented backfield where multiple players shared carries. (Ryan Young, SEC Country)

Notes and video clips from Florida’s Monday practice: A portion of practice was open to the media. (Zach Abolverdi, SEC Country)

Former Gators advance in Olympic action: Triple jumpers Christian Taylor and Will Claye will jump in today’s final. (Zach Dirlam, Florida Gators)

A look at Jim McElwain’s offense: McElwain’s offense has been based on deception and creativity. (Oliver Connolly, SEC Country)

Former Gators gymnastic coach Rhonda Faehn on shortlist to replace Marta Karolyi: Karolyi is retiring as USA Gymnastics team coordinator this year. Bela Karolyi says there are two primary competitors for his wife’s job - Faehn and Valeri Liukin. (Dan Wetzel, Yahoo! Sports)

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