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Over the weekend, Florida's new head football coach Jim McElwain expressed his feelings about the depth, or lack there of, of his team at spring practice. Per 247Sports...
“You’ve got to play the hand you’re dealt,” McElwain said. “And right now, quite honestly, the hand we were dealt is really insufficient at some of the areas.”
The lack of offensive linemen — Florida currently has three walk-ons on the second-team unit, including the center — has made even practicing difficult.
“To try to even create kind of two groups is hard, so these guys, we’re giving them spells,” McElwain said. “Just kind of the way we practice, we had to kind of totally change how we will normally practice here in the future.”
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