FOUR BITS: Dunlap and Vikings, Pouncey, Cooper

By Adam Silverstein
April 8, 2010

1 » The National Football Post is reporting that former Florida Gators defensive end Carlos Dunlap has a private workout scheduled with the Minnesota Vikings in the near future, according to a league source. Dunlap, who first worked out for the New Orleans Saints on March 31, is considered to be a late first- or second-round pick depending which NFL scout you wish to believe.

2 » Speaking with NFL.com, former Gators center Maurkice Pouncey discusses his childhood and excitement about taking the next step in his career by entering the 2010 NFL Draft. Video – First Draft: Maurkice Pouncey

3 » Former Florida wide receiver Riley Cooper spoke with ESPN 760AM in South Florida about his friendship with quarterback Tim Tebow, his decision not to play professional baseball and his future in the NFL.

Riley Cooper on ESPN 760

4 » South Carolina Gamecocks head coach Steve Spurrier, frustrated with how his team has played over the last few years, has promised that he will “yell and scream and be a jerk” during practice in order to get his team on the right path this season. Spurrier also said he will once again take over play calling duties for the Gamecocks, just like he did when he was wearing orange and blue years ago. “I told the guys the other day that I’m going to go back to doing it the way I did it at Florida,” Spurrier said. “I’m going to call the plays, or else they’re going to all come through me.”

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