Posted October 03, 2013 on florida.scout.com
One player in the middle of the Florida defensive line can’t fill the loss of Dominique Easley. The versatility of Jonathan Bullard could fill some of the role. The Florida staff used him some at defensive tackle during the first three games with Easley on the field, but after Easley's season-ending ACL tear last week, Bullard played more reps than before at defensive tackle against Kentucky.
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