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Chomping at Bits: Florida cornerback Quincy Wilson predicts Gators will win at Tennessee

Have you ever seen a duck pull a truck?

NCAA Football: Kentucky at Florida Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports

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Quincy Wilson says Florida will win at Tennessee: Like I said Monday with regards to Teez Tabor’s comments, it always amuses me when a player predicting their team will win is a big story. (Why wouldn’t they think that?) (Patrick Pinak, Independent Florida Alligator; Robbie Andreu, Gainesville Sun; Ryan Young, SEC Country; Edgar Thompson, Orlando Sentinel)

Wilson did drop a bewildering metaphor when explaining his prediction though:

“Nobody has ever seen a duck pull a truck. The Florida Gators are going to win, simple as that.”

Florida reportedly pursuing Mississippi State AD Scott Stricklin: There are conflicting reports as to whether Stricklin has been offered the job, but he is reportedly one of UF’s top targets. (Michael Bonner, Clarion-Ledger; Pat Dooley, Gainesville Sun)

Gators working on red-zone inefficiency: Florida failed to come away with touchdowns inside the 10-yard line twice against North Texas in the first half. (Kevin Brockway, Gainesville Sun)

North Texas coach Seth Littrell responds to criticism of Luke Del Rio hit: Littrell said Joshua Wheeler, who delivered the hit on Del Rio, was pushed in the back and tripped. (Ryan Young, SEC Country)

Changing QBs isn’t new for Gators: Unfortunately, Florida is all too familiar with flux at the quarterback position in recent years. (Ian Cohen, Independent Florida Alligator)

Profile on Alex Anzalone: About Anzalone’s return from injury, success this season, and his recruitment. (Jon Solomon, CBS Sports)

More on Austin Appleby: Appleby is confident heading into his first start for the Gators. (Edgar Thompson, Orlando Sentinel; Patrick Pinak, Florida Times Union; Scott Carter, Florida Gators)

These post-game score graphics continue to be the coolest:

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