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Upperclassmen a Huge Part of Rebuilding

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For the juniors and seniors that are part of the Florida football program, the 2012 season has been a breath of fresh air and something that they fully expected would be common during their entire career at Florida. An 11-1 season is about to come to a close as they play in the Sugar Bowl on January 2 and a group of difference makers reflected on one of the greatest seasons in Gator history.

Florida head coach Will Muschamp took charge of a program last year that seemed to be heading in the wrong direction. After a rough first year and getting things in an order he liked, Muschamp and company made a monumental jump from a 6-6 regular season to the 11-1 season in 2012. The change was a welcome one for seniors like defensive tackle Omar Hunter. "When you're young and coming in, all...

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