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‘B' position up for grabs

Spring practice ended with most positions decided on the offensive depth chart. The ‘B' position isn't one of those. Florida offensive coordinator Kurt Roper installed his offense this spring and was happy with the progression, but the lack of a player emerging at the ‘B' position frustrated the Florida coaches by the time spring ended.

The ‘B' position provides a hybrid look from Kurt Roper's spread offense. It can serve the same roles as a traditional fullback, tight end or even a receiver. Because of that, all three of those positions have players working at the ‘B' position. The Florida offense has been searching for someone to fill the tight end role since Jordan Reed went to the NFL. This new position will ease the burden... Recommended Stories

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