Posted April 05, 2013 on florida.scout.com
It wouldn’t be fair to expect no drop off at defensive tackle after the Gators lost Sharrif Floyd and Omar Hunter. The two were both dependable starters for the last two years in Gainesville, and with them preparing for the NFL, the Gators after left searching for answers in the middle. At this point in the spring, Muschamp wants to see more of a consistent effort from the experienced players.
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