SPECIAL: National Chompions Wallpaper

Download our FREE National “Chomp”ions computer desktop wallpaper showcasing the Gators’ domination over the Oklahoma Sooner on their way to their third national championship in football. The photo features QB Tim Tebow issuing a parting chomp to the Sooner’s Nick Harris.

The photo is by Tim Casey, Gator Country’s in-house professional photographer.

Click here or on wallpaper to download…

It’s sized at 1920×1200 and is downward compatible with lower desktop resolutions. Just set it to fit to your desktop.

Here’s how to use the wallpaper:

Windows computers: Click on the link above for the wallpaper then right click on the photo and select “Set As Wallpaper.” In some browsers, it’ll say “Set as Background.”

Macintosh computers: If you’re using OS-X, then just follow the similar directions above.


FIRST click the link above to load the photo, and then….

1. From the browser menu, select File and then Save As…, select a location on your Macintosh to save the picture (for example, on your Macintosh HD disk, or in a folder therein)

2. Click on the Apple Menu in the upper left hand corner of your desktop, select Control Panel and then Desktop Pictures

3. In the dialog box that pops up, click on the Picture button (as opposed to the Pattern button), Click on Select Picture and select the picture you saved earlier

4. Click Set Desktop

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