Posted September 21, 2012 on florida.scout.com
PLAYERS: Omar Hunter
TEAMS: Florida Gators
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Through the Gators' first three wins, it has become clear that this is a different team than last season. Florida defensive lineman Omar Hunter says his team has put in work on and off the field to become more mature football players. Get the latest from Hunter right here.
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