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Chomping at Bits: Florida’s Jordan Smith reportedly being investigated for credit card fraud

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The plot allegedly thickens.

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Jordan Smith reportedly investigated for credit card fraud and grand theft: The redshirt defensive lineman was one of the seven players suspended for at least the Michigan game, as announced last weekend, and who were reported to have been suspended for misusing school-issued funds. An apartment company has reportedly accused Smith of paying rent with a fraudulent credit card. (Trey Wallace and Oliver Connolly, The Read Optional)

Jeremiah Moon, young linebackers ready to make noise: The Gators are relying on underclassmen this season. (Graham Hall, Gainesville Sun; Jordan McPherson, SEC Country)

David Reese credits Jarrad Davis for his readiness to play: On Reese’s switch from Michigan to Florida, and his relationship with JD. (Chris Harry, Florida Gators)

UF’s nutrition team: Florida’s sports nutrition staff serves all 526 student athletes in 19 sports. (Kevin Brockway, Gainesville Sun)

Florida soccer opens season at FAU: The No. 7 Gators begin their 2017 season tonight in Boca Raton. (Chris Harry, Florida Gators)

Freshman WR Daquon Green takes first-team reps: This and more Thursday practice nuggets. (Ryan Young, SEC Country)

The nation’s best athletic directors: Two anonymous polls were conducted - one among 15 media members and one among ten ADs, using a point system. (Bruce Feldman, Sports Illustrated)

New electronic ribbon board installed at The Swamp: As pointed out by Alligator Army commenter G8rDaver, work was being done in the stadium yesterday. (Andrew Astleford, SEC Country)

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