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Chomping at Bits: Florida should be fine without Antonio Callaway in Michigan opener

The Gators have depth at receiver this season.

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Florida should be fine against Michigan without Antonio Callaway: As Andy noted, Callaway is the most notable of the seven players suspended for the Gators’ opener against Michigan on September 2. Florida is working with quality depth at receiver this season, and should be able to overcome the loss. (Scott Carter, Florida Gators; Jordan McPherson, SEC Country)

Gators’ QB competition a three-man race: The battle continues between Luke Del Rio, Feleipe Franks, and Malik Zaire. (Robbie Andreu, Gainesville Sun)

Tyrie Cleveland high on receiver depth: The sophomore WR notes that Florida has a lot of weapons at the position. (Jordan McPherson, SEC Country)

More on John Reaves: The legendary Florida quarterback passed away earlier this month. (Buddy Martin, Florida Gators)

On Antonneous Clayton: The sophomore defensive end may be poised for a breakout season. (Ryan Young, SEC Country)

Profile of Freddie Swain: Florida plans to get the sophomore receiver more involved this season. (Kevin Brockway, Gainesville Sun)

Profile of Taven Bryan: The redshirt junior will be counted on to step up in the middle for the Gators this season. (Ryan Young, SEC Country)

Defensive line position preview: A look at Florida’s probable depth chart for the d-line. (Robbie Andreu, Gainesville Sun)

Florida’s freshmen defensive tackles impressing: T.J. Slaton, Elijah Conliffe, and Kyrie Campbell will have the opportunity to play early in their careers. (Jordan McPherson, SEC Country)

Steve Spurrier reportedly hired as analyst for SiriusXM Radio: According to Sports Illustrated, the Head Ball Coach will be on the air three times per week to discuss college football. (Richard Deitsch, Sports Illustrated; Andrew Olson, Saturday Down South)

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