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Gambling Sports - Gators Begin Transition with Uncertainty

Gambling sports news from Gainesville, Florida has been stunning in recent weeks and has opened up many questions for the 2010 sports gambling college football season.

Gambling sports fans were stunned when Florida head coach Urban Meyer announced his retirement for the 2010 sportsgambling season only to back out a day later. Meyer relieved many of Florida’s gambling sports backers when he called off his retirement and settled instead for a leave of absence.

It is expected that Meyer will be on the Gator sidelines for the 2010 sportsgambling season.  Meyer has been in and out of the hospital since Florida’s 13-32 blowout sportsgambling online loss to Alabama as 4.5-point favorites in the SEC championship game.

Florida was ranked number one in the polls for the entire 2009 gambling sports season and quarterback Tim Tebow was again a Heisman Trophy finalist.

But many gambling sports handicappers felt that something was often missing for Florida as they finished the gambling sports regular season just 6-6 against the spread and Tebow was not as sharp as previous years.

What may have helped contribute to Meyer’s stress level is the fact that Tebow will no longer be over center for the 2010 gambling sports season and one of the most successful recruiting classes of all time will be gone with him.

Meyer will now face the gambling sports task of having to rebuild the Gators in the ever tough Southeastern Conference, where there is little margin for error.

Florida will also have to face East Division rivals that are primed for gambling sports improvement.  Georgia figures to be strong in 2010 and South Carolina claims to be fielding the best team in the Steve Spurrier era for next year.

And then there is the mouth of the south, Lane Kiffin of Tennessee, who has highly touted recruiting classes and a new attitude on Rocky Top.  The West Division of the SEC features Alabama, which looks to be a power that won’t go away any time soon along with LSU, Ole Miss, Auburn, and Arkansas.

It’s enough to give anyone’s heart rate an increased rate.  Meyer will take much needed time to rest before resuming his greatest challenge yet at Florida.