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FILE - In this April 10, 2010 photo, Florida quarterback John Brantley will start this season against Miami (Ohio) this Saturday, Sept. 4, and just wants to "keep this ball rolling".  Brantley, (12) is shown as he talks with head coach Urban Meyer during the Orange & Blue game in  Gainesville ,Fla.  Brantley, coming out of the shadow of Tim Tebow, wants to play his own game and be himself. The 6-foot 3inch junior spent three years waiting for this opportunity and those around him expect he'll do the job.  (AP Photo/Phil Sandlin)
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FILE - In this April 10, 2010 photo, Florida quarterback John Brantley will start this season against Miami (Ohio) this Saturday, Sept. 4, and just wants to "keep this ball rolling". Brantley, (12) is shown as he talks with head coach Urban Meyer during the Orange & Blue game in Gainesville ,Fla. Brantley, coming out of the shadow of Tim Tebow, wants to play his own game and be himself. The 6-foot 3inch junior spent three years waiting for this opportunity and those around him expect he'll do the job. (AP Photo/Phil Sandlin)

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