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Brown Hungry to Play

Jeremy Brown came to Gainesville in the spring of 2008 with one thought in his head. He would excel on the football field. His one-track mind needed adjusting, and that came in the form of injury. Brown hasn't seen the field in his first two years on campus, but without the time on the sidelines, he wouldn't have got his life in order.

The cornerback burst onto the scene as a freshman in the spring of 2008, as head coach Urban Meyer claimed Brown was further along than fellow cornerback Janoris Jenkins. He seemed destined to see the field early in his career. That was until a back injury slowed his progress. Two ruptured disks caused joint and nerve problems so painful that Jeremy Brown struggled to sleep at night. The pain... Recommended Stories

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