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Video: Offensive line talks spring football

Written by bryan holt, March 29, 2011, 0 Comments,
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After Florida’s offensive line was hugely disappointing in 2010, the Gators are looking to rebound with a new coaching staff and a new offensive scheme.

But four key contributors are gone from last year’s unit, which means a handful of young player without much experience will be counted on to step up and fill the void.

Already there have been some position changes, such as redshirt sophomore Jonotthan Harrison moving to center.

The young unit has played together on the second string, but is now stepping into the spotlight this spring. The starting offensive line is building chemistry while learning the new offense.

On Monday, three of the starters met with the media to talk about the changes to the offensive line and their goals for the 2011 season.

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After Florida’s offensive line was hugely disappointing in 2010, the Gators are looking to rebound with a new coaching staff and a new offensive scheme.

But four key contributors are gone from last year’s unit, which means a handful of young player without much experience will be counted on to step up and fill the void.

Already there have been some position changes, such as redshirt sophomore Jonotthan Harrison moving to center.

The young unit has played together on the second string, but is now stepping into the spotlight this spring. The starting offensive line is building chemistry while learning the new offense.

On Monday, three of the starters met with the media to talk about the changes to the offensive line and their goals for the 2011 season.

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