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A couple of minutes with Walter Hodge

Written by Franz Beard, October 18, 2007, 0 Comments,
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Walter Hodge is Florida’s only experienced player for the 2007-08 season. He is also the Gators’ only married player. Hodge talked about being the mature leader of the Gators in this video that was shot last week at Florida’s media day.

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Back in January of 1969, the late, great Jack Hairston, then the sports editor of the Jacksonville Journal, called me on the phone one night and asked me if I wanted to work for him. I said yes. The entire interview took 30 seconds. It's my experience that whenever the interview lasts 30 seconds or less, I get the job. In the 48 years that I've been writing and getting paid for it, I've covered Super Bowls, World Series, NCAA basketball championships, BCS championship games, heavyweight title fights and what seems like thousands of college football, baseball and basketball games. I'm a columnist and special assignments editor for Gator Country once again, writing about the only team that ever mattered to me, the Florida Gators.

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Walter Hodge is Florida’s only experienced player for the 2007-08 season. He is also the Gators’ only married player. Hodge talked about being the mature leader of the Gators in this video that was shot last week at Florida’s media day.

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