Gators Offensive Line Hoping to Put On Better Performance Against Missouri
GAINESVILLE- The Florida Gator offensive line met as a unit on Sunday-one day after their loss to Georgia and before any scheduled team events- to start reviewing what went wrong against the Bulldogs.
The result was determination not to let allow a performance like that again in 2012.
Center Jonotthan Harrison said his unit is capable of performing at a higher level, and said their entire body of work this year is proof that the Gators offensive line is still strong.
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