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Rainey beat Demps!?! According to Meyer and Tebow it's true

Sorry this blog post is way late tonight. My computer freaked out in the middle of SEC media days and vomited all over the place. I couldn't log on to the Internet and then I had to run back to the hotel to write for tomorrow's paper! Totally stressful day...

HOOVER, Ala. -- Anyway, you didn't miss much. The biggest news out of the SEC media days was that Chris Rainey apparently beat Jeff Demps in a footrace. At least that's Meyer's story.

Rainey apparently challenged Demps to a race last week and the two settled the discussion like men. They went behind Springs Dormitory and raced a 40. Rainey "out-nudged" Demps according to Meyer. Tebow says there were a lot of false starts and that Rainey won't shut up about it now.

Of course, I'd be bragging too if I beat the fastest teenager in American track history. That's what they're calling Demps.

--Meyer says he plans to move a freshman from offense to defense to help at safety. I'm guessing T.J. Lawrence.

--Les Miles is boring.

--Meyer says that nine teams can win the SEC championship this season. Can anyone name the correct nine?

--Meyer says Percy is 80 to 90 percent healthy following his offseason heel surgery.

--Tebow has put on some weight since last season.

--Why does Les Miles come off as such a phony?

--Did anyone hear Tebow on the Dan Patrick Show? Good stuff. Here's the link. CLICK ME!

--Meyer says Will Hill and Ahmad Black are going to "battle" for a starting safety spot. Which one? If Hill is a starter, does that mean Major Wright moves to strong safety?

--Meyer said that Brandon Spikes' leadership this season is more important to the team's success than Tebow's leadership.

--Tebow said that 60 percent of the entire state will be in Gainesville the night of UF-UM.

--Meyer says that Kestahn Moore is the starter at running back. Do you agree? Should it be Rainey? Should it be Moody?

--Meyer says that the Gators' offensive coaches have devised plenty of plays that feature both tight ends: Aaron Hernandez and Cornelius Ingram. I'm excited about this formation. Am I the only one?



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