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Floyd Back on the Inside Track

According to junior defensive lineman Sharrif Floyd, fall camp has been mutually beneficial for the offensive and defensive linemen. Although Floyd feels very comfortable at defensive tackle, he has noticed that the offensive linemen have progressed a lot since last season. Without the depth chart woes, the Gators have been able to get more physical reps in during fall camp.

For Sharrif Floyd, Monday was a great day of fall camp. After missing practice over the weekend with a slight injury he was back to going strong. "I went today and everything is good," the junior defensive lineman said. The most exciting part of fall camp for Floyd is getting a chance to play defensive tackle, unlike a year ago when the talent personnel on the team dictated that he play...

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