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Fishing with Florida Gators defenders Lawrence Marsh and Brandon Spikes

Here's a public service announcement for anyone new to the blog...

Feature stories, game stories, notebooks and more about the Gators appear on this page of MiamiHerald.com. LINK! Bookmark it! We still save the best content for the newspaper.

In case you missed it in today's paper, here's an interesting story on the relationship between UF's Lawrence Marsh and Brandon Spikes. LINK! The two friends are fishing buddies.

Here's the young Mike McCall's daily contribution to The Miami Herald's college football practice rail: What's the back-up plan if Aaron Hernandez is injured? LINK!

In case you missed them, here are some feature stories that appeared in The Herald throughout training camp: Special attention for special teams, feature story on right tackle Marcus Gilbert of Coral Springs, Major competition a big bonus for Gators, Meyer has a roster that's all his, for once, Tim Tebow and Brandon Spikes aim for perfect ending.

-jo-

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Hey jo got a question for you, if Tebow was not on this team do you think the gators would still have been a top 10 team entering the season?

Probably just based on the Gators' defense and special teams.

-jo-

Jo-

Seriously, just a request. Why not post a quick paragraph and link every time one or two new feature articles are added to the site?

AJC,

The gators have 2 deep coming back on defense, that means your top 22 players on defense are coming back. The secondary is sick! We have two now sophomore running backs that ran for an 8 yard average as freshman. We have players that would be starting on other teams that have to play special teams because they can't even get on the field. Of course we would be in the top 10

Please put more updates. This is a good site. So pls do that at the earliest.

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