"We got there about 2:45 p.m. and made it into the Swamp about 3:15 p.m.," Jeff Luc said. "Everyone was getting real crazy. I mean it was only my second college football game ever. Florida State and Miami was my first game."
Luc has the perfect frame to play the middle at 6-1 and 240-pounds and was keeping a close eye on Brandon Spikes most of the day.
"Spikes looked real good for playing injured."
It wasn't until after the game when Luc was able to spend some time with Coach Charlie Strong and Head Coach Urban Meyer.
"In the locker room after the game was real cool. I have a great relationship with Coach Strong and Coach Meyer and it is continuing to grow each time I talk to them. I talked to a bunch of recruits like Burton, Powell, Dunkley and a ton of others and they were all talking to me asking me if I had made a decision yet and I told them I am open. I am going to just wait things out and see how it goes."
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