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Written by Kassidy Hill, March 27, 2015, 0 Comments,
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The Florida Gators were on the line the second Friday of spring practice.

Offensive line coach Mike Summers and defensive line coach Chris Rumph updated the media on their perspective units.

With bad weather imminent, head coach Jim McElwain shortened practice, only focusing on vitals.

Media was not allowed to attend as the periods were not permissible for filming, but McElwain says practice was still necessary to focus on things that would be used in Saturday’s scrimmage.

Both Summers and Rumph are fond of using metaphors to describe their player’s progress. With examples ranging from a growing flower to toddlers to a prom date gone bad, the line coaches found ways to relate Florida Gators lineman to situations a slew of fans can relate too.

A mere quote doesn’t do the delivery justice though, since the text wouldn’t portray Summers voice hoarse from yelling and Rumph’s openness that was refreshing and devoid of hardly any “coach speak.”

Since there was no media time during practice, in place of our normal post practice updates, we will visit with just Coach Summers and Coach Rumph. Watch below to hear updates from practice, how the low offensive line numbers are effecting the whole team and how Coach Rumph was stood up for his high school prom.

COACH MIKE SUMMERS

COACH CHRIS RUMPH 

Kassidy Hill

About Kassidy Hill

Born into a large family of sports fanatics and wordsmiths alike, sports journalism came natural to Kassidy. It’s more than a passion; it’s simply a part of who she is. Hailing from Alabama in the midst of typical Iron Bowl family, she learned very quickly just how deep ties in the SEC could run. She came to Gainesville after college to pursue a degree as television sports reporter but quickly realized she missed writing. She’s excited to now marry the two aspects for Gator fans. She loves Jesus, her daddy and football; wants to be Billy Donovan’s best friend and firmly believes that offensive lineman are the best people on earth. Follow her on Twitter @KassidyGHill

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The Florida Gators were on the line the second Friday of spring practice.

Offensive line coach Mike Summers and defensive line coach Chris Rumph updated the media on their perspective units.

With bad weather imminent, head coach Jim McElwain shortened practice, only focusing on vitals.

Media was not allowed to attend as the periods were not permissible for filming, but McElwain says practice was still necessary to focus on things that would be used in Saturday’s scrimmage.

Both Summers and Rumph are fond of using metaphors to describe their player’s progress. With examples ranging from a growing flower to toddlers to a prom date gone bad, the line coaches found ways to relate Florida Gators lineman to situations a slew of fans can relate too.

A mere quote doesn’t do the delivery justice though, since the text wouldn’t portray Summers voice hoarse from yelling and Rumph’s openness that was refreshing and devoid of hardly any “coach speak.”

Since there was no media time during practice, in place of our normal post practice updates, we will visit with just Coach Summers and Coach Rumph. Watch below to hear updates from practice, how the low offensive line numbers are effecting the whole team and how Coach Rumph was stood up for his high school prom.

COACH MIKE SUMMERS

COACH CHRIS RUMPH 

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