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Chomping at Bits: Steve Spurrier announced as Honorary Mr. Two Bits for Florida’s opener against UMass

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Steve Spurrier to serve as honorary Mr. Two Bits: On the same night that the field will be renamed for him, Spurrier will lead the crowd as Mr. Two Bits. Spurrier will also be recognized on Saturday for the 50th anniversary of his 1966 Heisman win. (Chris Harry, Florida Gators; Robbie Andreu, Gainesville Sun)

Spurrier is back in the building: Florida staff writer Chris Harry explains what it is like to have the legendary coach down the hall in the UAA Communications Office. (Chris Harry, Florida Gators)

Florida making recruiting waves in Miami: Jim McElwain and staff have landed ten prospects from Miami in the past three recruiting cycles. Will Muschamp, Urban Meyer, and Ron Zook combined for six Miami signees over the previous ten years. (Zach Abolverdi, SEC Country)

SEC beginning collaborative instant replay process: Employees at SEC headquarters will now help in-stadium instant replay officials make final replay decisions. (Andrew Astleford, SEC Country)

Tim Tebow holds baseball workout: Tebow worked out in Los Angeles before 48 scouts representing 28 teams. (Roger Simmons, Orlando Sentinel; Josh Peter, USA Today; Greg Beacham, Gainesville Sun)

Former SEC players affected by NFL roster cuts: Former Gators that were cut as NFL teams trimmed their rosters from 90 to 75 players included Andre Caldwell (Detroit), Andre Debose (Indianapolis), Tevin Westbrook (Tampa Bay), and Valdez Showers (Washington). (Andrew Astleford, SEC Country)

Gators in the NFL - preseason week 3: Several former Gators, including a few defensive rookies, played well in preseason match-ups this past weekend. Tonight, you can potentially watch Vernon Hargreaves try to cover Jordan Reed when Washington visits Tampa Bay (in a game that has been moved up a night due to weather). (Matt Brannon, Independent Florida Alligator)

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