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Chomping at Bits: Florida may get Tyrie Cleveland and Kadarius Toney back for Georgia

The duo were classified as “probable” for Saturday by Jim McElwain.

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

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Gators hope to get Tyrie Cleveland and Kadarius Toney back for Georgia: Cleveland is reportedly the more potentially game-ready of the two, but Florida would like to get two of its best available playmakers back. (Scott Carter, Florida Gators; Ethan Bauer, Miami Herald)

Jim McElwain faces additional questions about threats: Florida’s head coach attempts to explain his comments alluding to potential threats, and to put the issue to rest. (Edgar Thompson, Orlando Sentinel; Robbie Andreu, Gainesville Sun; Ryan Young, SEC Country)

How Gators’ defense will try to attack Georgia: Florida will look to contain the Bulldogs’ formidable running back duo. (Jordan McPherson, SEC Country)

Georgia preparing for both UF QBs: Bulldogs coach Kirby Smart noted that he anticipates seeing Malik Zaire, but the comment seems to have been made more in terms of general preparation. Smart also noted that Georgia is preparing for more QB runs from Feleipe Franks. (Robbie Andreu, Gainesville Sun)

And here’s an article advocating doing just that with Franks: Which also takes a look at Florida’s uphill battle against the Bulldogs. (Will Miles, SEC Country)

Breaking down Florida’s rushing attack: Finding patterns in the Gators’ run game. (David Wunderlich, Gator Country)

On fantastic freshman Marco Wilson: The true freshman corner is having a solid inaugural season. (Ryan Young, SEC Country)

Taven Bryan’s stock rising: The redshirt junior’s potential finally turned into production against Texas A&M. (Scott Carter, Florida Gators)

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