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Speed Helps Demps to Huge Night

LEXINGTON, KY - Jeff Demps was overcome by a familiar feeling Saturday night. It happens when he sees an open area of green grass. As he broke through a gaping hole in the offensive line early in the third quarter, the feeling returned. Demps saw a clear path to the end zone with only two Kentucky defenders to beat. As usual, they didn't catch him.

"As soon as you see that hole, you feel like you if you can get through it and no one will tackle you," Jeff Demps said. "It's that feeling where you've got the hole, so take it. Half of the time, I just get that feeling that I'm going to score." On Saturday night in Lexington, Demps got that feeling twice. He gave Florida a 14-0 lead with a 20-yard run on a sweep play. However, it was his... Recommended Stories

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