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Topic - Chris Rainey
Rookie running back Chris Rainey has run out of chances with the Pittsburgh Steelers.
Pittsburgh Steeler rookie running back Chris Rainey has been arrested in Florida, accused of slapping his girlfriend.
Florida's special teams came up big in the Gator Bowl, scoring twice as the Gators beat Ohio State 24-17 on Monday in a game between Urban Meyer's old team and his future one.
As quarterback John Brantley got helped off the field and into the locker room, the second-largest crowd in the history of Florida Field was nearly silent.
Florida forced two turnovers and scored three touchdowns against Kentucky, all in the first quarter. That kind of fast start is just what the Gators like.
Sharrif Floyd walked toward midfield for the coin toss, one of Florida's four team captains against Tennessee.
Chris Rainey is getting a second chance at Florida.
Florida receiver Chris Rainey, suspended last month after being charged with aggravated stalking, is back and could play again this season.
Florida coach Urban Meyer expected some growing pains.
"I am embarrassed and sorry for my actions and I apologize to everyone that I affected by my behavior," he said in a statement. "I'm working towards being a part of the Florida football program again, and I realize that representing this University is a privilege. I have spent the last several weeks reflecting on my actions and realized that is not who I want to be."
"The season ain't over yet," Rainey said. "Just call it a punch in the mouth and regroup. ... All we have to do is play the cards right and we'll be seeing them again (in the SEC title game)."