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Chomping at Bits: Trio of Gators land on CBS Sports Preseason All-America Second Team

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Duke Dawson, Martez Ivey, and Eddy Piñeiro received nods.

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Three Gators named to CBS Sports Preseason All-America Team: Duke Dawson, Martez Ivey, and Eddy Piñeiro show up on the second team. (CBS Sports; Katie Callahan, Florida Gators)

UF shoots “Gator Good” commercial: The new spot highlighting the university will air during Florida football’s season opener. (Daniel Smithson, Gainesville Sun)

What the Gators need to do to improve on offense: While it all begins with the quarterback, there are other places that Florida can improve. (Jordan McPherson, SEC Country)

On the differences with lefty quarterbacks: Florida’s Malik Zaire is a left-hander. (Matt Baker, Tampa Bay Times)

Buzz building for Kadarius Toney: The freshman playmaker was praised by Jim McElwain and his fellow Gators. (Ryan Young, SEC Country)

Canyon Barry signs with Vilpas Vikings: The former Gator will be playing in Finland. (Kevin Brockway, Gainesville Sun)

Michigan native David Reese on Florida’s opener: The one-time Wolverine commit is excited about the match-up in Dallas. (Graham Hall, Gainesville Sun)

The relationship between Eddy Piñeiro and Caleb Sturgis: One of the Gators’ former kickers sometimes trains with Florida’s current one. (Scott Carter, Florida Gators)

Tyler Jordan’s versatility: Jordan is Florida’s top back-up on the offensive line. (Jordan McPherson, SEC Country)

Speaking of offensive linemen: Clemson transfer Jake Fruhmorgen, who very briefly joined the Gators after leaving the Tigers - is reportedly enrolling at Baylor. (Brian Stultz, SEC Country)

Nick Saban has some thoughts about predictions:

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