Posted November 12, 2012 on florida.scout.com
PLAYERS: Jordan Reed
TEAMS: Florida Gators
Some could go into the tank after a bad play to keep your team from possibly winning the game. Jordan Reed isn’t one of those. The Gators’ junior tight end continues to be a bright spot in an offense that continues to look for answers. Saturday, he came in clutch and was part of two big plays for an offense that didn’t do much all day.
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