We're gonna get back to going ones vs. ones (in practice) to clean up some things we did against Florida.
Javarris James will be out maybe 2-4 weeks maximum. He has a high ankle sprain, he feels real good. and is walking in a soft cast, doing rehab and treatment. All other injuries, we came out pretty good against Florida.
On what the team learned:
I made a statement to the players last week before the game. I said this will decide where we're at as a team, the direction we're going -- playing against a top five opponent. These guys are hungry, feisty, they can handle pressure situations. We also got to make a play in that hostile environment. They understand it. We just have to keep going as a team.
On Robert Marve's performance:
We went into the game thinking that if Marve didn't turn the ball over, we'd execute offensively. If a play wasn't there, tuck the ball away and run. We're excited the way he performed. We're excited about Jacory Harris, backed up on the one-inch line and throwing a pass to get us field position instead of being backed up.
On your running game without James:
That (injury) was a big point in our game. Javarris is our big back, who can pound it. Him getting a high ankle sprain, we played the other running backs. Florida did a good job coming off blocks, diving, and making some arm tackles. When Javarris is available, it may have been a little different. This week we're gonna work on keep driving our legs. The run game was there but Coach (Charlie) Strong and Florida did a good job of controlling our running game. It'll be Graig Cooper, Derron Thomas, Shawnbrey McNeal, and Lee Chambers. Those will be the four running backs getting ready for Texas A&M.
On the attention the last minute field goal Florida kicked has drawn:
I don't know if it's drawn anything. I don't even worry about it. Florida's a real good football team with a great quarterback. They do a good job and they're gonna be successful. A last second field goal, I don't even think about it. We just gotta prepare for Texas A&M and move on.