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Co-Starter Moody Excited to be Healthy

Unless you have done it (and I haven't), it is very hard to understand the amount of punishment a running back goes through when they play the game of college football. Florida senior Emmanuel Moody understands all too well, but for the first time in a long time he is feeling rather healthy. Moody is excited for a season that will bring new opportunities and staying healthy is the key.

For Florida running back Emmanuel Moody, his ride through college has had a few bumps and bruises. Those bumps and bruises have amounted to a lot of time on the injured list and a lot of time not on the football field. That is why it is a great relief that heading into 2010, there is no pain. "It feels great," Moody said about the start of the season. "I can't complain and I feel really healthy... Recommended Stories

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