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Drew Miller to lead the way

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The offensive line could be considered the anchor of the Florida Gators’ quest to repeat as national champions in 2007. Senior center Drew Miller leads the way for a line that consistently got better in 2006 and has his work cut out for him this year with the change from guard to center in the off-season.

There may not be a better technician and power guy on the squad than Miler.  He took a few moments with Gator Country to talk about this upcoming season and the role the offensive line will play in it.

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The offensive line could be considered the anchor of the Florida Gators’ quest to repeat as national champions in 2007. Senior center Drew Miller leads the way for a line that consistently got better in 2006 and has his work cut out for him this year with the change from guard to center in the off-season.

There may not be a better technician and power guy on the squad than Miler.  He took a few moments with Gator Country to talk about this upcoming season and the role the offensive line will play in it.

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