Leak concentrates on here and now
He has seen one quarterback leave in turmoil and another commit amid great hysteria. It has been a strange five days for Chris Leak.
Ingram showing great versatility
They call him "C.I", initials that seem more appropriate for prime-time television than the future of Florida's offense. But in both the short and long term, reserve freshman QB Cornelius Ingram figures to play a much larger role than during his first year in the program.
Tide has options after loss of Tebow
So, what next? Given Tim Tebow's decision Tuesday to sign with Florida, that's the question Alabama fans found themselves asking soon after. As for the quarterback spot, simple logic would dictate that Shula turn to the next highest-profile quarterback in the chute.
UF fans have heard this before
Tim Tebow probably didn't grasp the irony. Surely, others around the Next Great Florida Quarterback realized the similarities.
Grossman healthy,but uncomfortable
Rex Grossman says he's ready if the call comes. His surgically repaired ankle healed, his timing improving, Grossman is taking repetitions with the first team. Yet, he's in an uncomfortable position.
19 yards and a cloud of rust
Fred Taylor has heard a lot of questions this week. "Everybody wants to get me into this, 'What's happening with you? Are you being demoted or something like that?''' the Jaguars' veteran running back said. "People are asking why I didn't play [more]. [They're even asking] on the street.''