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Gators lead SEC in sacks: It is only two games into the season, but Florida leads the SEC with nine sacks (only two teams in the FBS have more sacks than Florida - Miami and Pittsburgh each have ten). Seven different Gators contributed to Florida’s sack total. Alex Anzalone leads with two and half sacks. Jim McElwain and Chris Rumph also discuss Florida’s defensive front and the strategy for it this season. (Kevin Brockway, Gainesville Sun; Thomas Goldkamp, 247 Sports)
Watching tape of @GatorsFB Defense. They bring it EVERY snap. Every yard you gain is earned. Definitely one of my favorite groups to watch— Greg McElroy (@GregMcElroy) September 15, 2016
McElwain says Antonio Callaway will “probably not” play Saturday: McElwain reiterated that Callaway was “probably doubtful or highly questionable” when asked about him last night during “Gator Talk.” He mentioned C.J. Worton as someone who could step up in Callaway’s absence. (Ryan Young, SEC Country)
Florida adding a new locker room for former Gators: Jim McElwain mentioned the future upgrade during his “Gator Talk” appearance last night. He noted the importance of having former Gators around the program and of reaching out to Florida's NFL players. UF sent all former Florida players in the NFL care packages with Gator gear. (Ryan Young, SEC Country)
Florida men’s basketball offseason review, preseason preview: The Gators begin practice in two weeks. (Chris Harry, Florida Gators)
Gators shouldn’t look past “cupcake” North Texas: With Tennessee on deck next week, could the Mean Green potentially be a trap game? (Personally, I think we’ll be just fine.) (Matt Baker, Tampa Bay Times; Ian Cohen, Independent Florida Alligator)
North Texas, and first year head coach Seth Littrell, come to Gainesville: Littrell spent the last two years as offensive coordinator at North Carolina. He is trying to turn around the Mean Green, who went 1-11 last year and 4-8 the year before. (Edgar Thompson, Orlando Sentinel; Ryan Young, SEC Country)
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