Posted August 02, 2012 on florida.scout.com
Transition is usually not an easy thing. Senior SAM / BUCK Lerentee McCray believes after a year under Will Muschamp at the helm of the Florida Gators, the players know what the man wants and believes in what he wants and that will lead to a more cohesive and successful team. It should be a better year for him and the Gators.
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