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Maye healthy and turning heads

There were times early in the spring when Marcus Maye felt like a freshman again. After coming to Gainesville with a torn meniscus last summer, Maye was held out of practice for the first half of the season. When he was able to get back on the field, the decision was made to give him a redshirt. Now healthy with two starting spots open, Maye is feeling healthy and learning the defense this spring.

There's only so much Maye could have learned about the Florida defense last season. He sat through all the meetings and watched film with the safeties, but when he got healthy and the team was on the practice field, Maye was on the scout team and replicating the defense for that week's opponent. That's changing this spring. Maye was realistic about it, admitting that it has been a challenge at... Recommended Stories

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