GAINESVILLE, Fla. -- Not much left to do but some last-minute shopping and wrapping presents, huh? Well, there's still some links to peruse on ESPN.com. See you after Christmas, Gator fans ...
Gator recruitniks have to be pleased with how Will Muschamp is doing with his first full cycle in building his Class of 2012, but next year promises to be even better. Looking at this list, Florida has several 2013 prospects earning major kudos. Among them are RB Greg Bryant (one of the best we've seen in any class), OT Laremy Tunsil (from right up the road in Lake City), DL Robert Nkemdiche (THE prize of 2013 or maybe any year), LB E.J. Levenberry (who has Florida in his top five) and CB Will Likely (Gatorade's state of Florida player of the year from Belle Glade Glades Central).
The mighty SEC begins its eight-game slate of bowls with tonight's Music City Bowl. Dan Mullen's Mississippi State Bulldogs (6-6) face the Wake Forest Demon Deacons (6-6) at 6:40 p.m. ET on ESPN. SEC blogger Chris Low has the full schedule.
ESPN Southeast recruiting coordinator Mike LaPlante says getting five-star forward Jarnell Stokes to pick Tennessee over Florida and other major programs should help coach Cuonzo Martin turn the Vols around.
Some Page 2 fun ...
Jim Caple suggests the following for Gator fans -- Tim TeBow-Flex Machine: The latest in home exercise equipment, our machine utilizes a unique system of resistance from NFL coaches and players to finely sculpt your body until you have the balance and grace to literally walk on water with the arm strength to complete up to four passes in a single game! You'll either love or hate it -- probably both! $1,299.
Gator fans absolutely love Horfy, and for so many good reasons ... but his singing voice ain't one of them. Watch and (try to) listen in this Atlanta Hawks YouTube video as Big Al sings his wishes for fans to have a happy holiday season (and, of course, to come back and shell out for NBA tickets).
The former Gator, Team USA and world soccer star talks about winning the Associated Press Female Athlete of the Year Award and wanting to go for the gold once more.
OK, that's a wrap! Have a very Merry Christmas, and The AggreGator will see you next week.