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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)
Wolverines. Gators.— ESPN CollegeFootball (@ESPNCFB) August 21, 2017
Coming soon. pic.twitter.com/TfkVJzMNFj
Projecting the Gators’ offensive depth chart: The quarterback competition is still somewhat of a toss-up. (Ryan Young, SEC Country)
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)
Just heard next total solar eclipse in U.S. is April 2024. Georgia would still have not played at Texas A&M under SEC's schedule rotation.— Marc Weiszer (@marcweiszer) August 21, 2017
Suboptimal. Would love to see a model that offers more rotation in the schedule. https://t.co/bH4oncETZA— Scott Stricklin (@ScottStricklin) August 21, 2017
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