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Chomping at Bits: Jim McElwain says Gators will “beat the heck out of Michigan”

Florida’s head coach said a very pep rally thing at a pep rally.

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Jim McElwain says Gators will “beat the heck out of Michigan”: McElwain made the comment at a pep rally with UF students on Sunday. The rally was streamed live on Periscope. (Edgar Thompson, Orlando Sentinel; Nick Cole, SEC Country)

Redshirt freshman QBs could have big impact in SEC: You know that Florida has a redshirt freshman quarterback vying for the starting job in Feleipe Franks, but two of the Gators’ SEC opponents this season - Tennessee and Texas A&M - have not yet named starters, but have redshirt freshmen frontrunners. (Steve Megargee, Gainesville Sun)

Q&A with Duke Dawson: The senior is one of the few familiar faces in Florida’s secondary. (Scott Carter, Florida Gators)

ESPN reveals Marvel comic book covers for first week of games: The Gators get one for their bout with Michigan. (Talal Elmasry, SEC Country)

Projecting the Gators’ offensive depth chart: The quarterback competition is still somewhat of a toss-up. (Ryan Young, SEC Country)

Gorjok Gak and Egor Koulechov open World University Games play: Gak is playing for Australia while graduate transfer Koulechov is playing for Israel. (Andrew Kovar, Florida Gators)

CeCe Jefferson and Jabari Zuniga named to Ted Hendricks Award preseason watch list: More Gators make another one of these seemingly endless watch lists. (Katie Callahan, Florida Gators)

Channing Tindall wants to visit Florida before commitment: The nation’s No. 1 outside linebacker wants to see a game in The Swamp before announcing his decision, which he plans to do at the end of September. (Zach Abolverdi, SEC Country)

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