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Cunningham Ready To See First Action
"This isn't like high school where you could get by on speed, strength or just pure talent," said Cunningham, who has grown from a spindly, 6-4, 205 to a more solid 229 since the spring. "Coach Mattison keeps saying we gotta have technique, technique, technique and he's right. The guy with the best technique that works hardest is the guy that gets the job done." The job is getting to the quarterback. Cunningham is a Gator because he was the "Nightmare on Elm Street" for every high school quarterback in the Atlanta area. In his junior and senior years combined, he sacked quarterbacks 50 times which is why he was one of the most highly recruited defensive ends in the country. Saturday, he might get his first chance to light up a Division I quarterback. He's one of Florida's true freshmen that will definitely see the playing field when the Gators face Southern Mississippi at The Swamp. He came to Florida with a reputation for speed off the edge...
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