As Saturday gets closer and closer, Florida players are spending more time focusing on what the Gamecocks bring to the table. Florida wide receiver Frankie Hammond met with the media Wednesday to talk about what he's been doing to increase his blocking skills. Hammond said he's really liking Florida's offense right now and said it's nice to see things clicking on all cylinders.
He also talked about how much endurance and conditioning the hurry-up offense takes for a receiver like him that is in the game for so many plays. He expects a lot out of himself and said he will continue to do whatever he can to help his team win.
also had his time in the spotlight talking about what he sees from South Carolina
's defense on tape. He admits they haven't been too good against the pass and also said he thinks Florida's hurry-up offense could give them trouble and tire them out. He said it is definitely a tiring scheme for those in it but it is certainly even more difficult for the D-linemen on the other side of the ball.
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