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SPRING: Extremely Detailed Scrimmage Report

The Florida Gators had their second full scrimmage of the spring on Saturday and there was a lot to be excited about. Offensively the running game seemed to get on track while the defense won the overall scrimmage according to Coach Urban Meyer's scoring system. The weather was great and the hitting was big time, The Gators escaped without any new injury, which is very good news. Here is a detailed report of each segment of practice.

Once they were through with individual instruction the teams got together at about the 30 yard line and 70 yards from the goal line for the offense. This is called the Drives portion of the scrimmage and the offense just has to come up with a substantial drive that gets them deep into scoring territory. This isn't every play but some highlights of what I noticed. 1st offense vs. 2nd defense... Recommended Stories

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