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Written by Kassidy Hill, March 20, 2015, 0 Comments,
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It’s going to be a long road for the Florida Gators offense; luckily they still have 12 more practices before displaying what they’ve learned in front of fans on April 11…albeit with a limited offensive line, but still enough to give Gator Nation a taste of what’s to come.

After three days of practice, head coach Jim McElwain and offensive coordinator Doug Nussmeier are starting to get a vein on their unit. Admittedly, there is still much to learn, but the basis of desire is there according to both men, and that’s what they like to say at this point.

The tempo has been noticeably faster for the Florida Gators, just in these few practices, and McElwain says it still needs to be a tad bit quicker. But the team had to deal with extra weight on Friday, literally. The first day in pads came on the hottest day yet of practice, but that didn’t deter the coaches excitement.

It was good to kind of hear some of the pads cracking a little bit, it was kind of fun”, said McElwain. 

Now the Gators move ahead to their final practice of the week, before starting it all over again in week two.

McElwain and Nussmeier spoke to the media following Friday’s practice and gave updates on the team as a whole, the offensive unit and specific personnel groups within.

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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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It’s going to be a long road for the Florida Gators offense; luckily they still have 12 more practices before displaying what they’ve learned in front of fans on April 11…albeit with a limited offensive line, but still enough to give Gator Nation a taste of what’s to come.

After three days of practice, head coach Jim McElwain and offensive coordinator Doug Nussmeier are starting to get a vein on their unit. Admittedly, there is still much to learn, but the basis of desire is there according to both men, and that’s what they like to say at this point.

The tempo has been noticeably faster for the Florida Gators, just in these few practices, and McElwain says it still needs to be a tad bit quicker. But the team had to deal with extra weight on Friday, literally. The first day in pads came on the hottest day yet of practice, but that didn’t deter the coaches excitement.

It was good to kind of hear some of the pads cracking a little bit, it was kind of fun”, said McElwain. 

Now the Gators move ahead to their final practice of the week, before starting it all over again in week two.

McElwain and Nussmeier spoke to the media following Friday’s practice and gave updates on the team as a whole, the offensive unit and specific personnel groups within.

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