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Latest Urban Meyer Items
The transition was supposed to be seamless.
It's midway through the season and all seems surprisingly well in college football. The defending national champion has gone down, there's a consensus No. 1 in the polls, and Boise State is getting at least a modicum of respect not possible in recent years.
Florida receiver Chris Rainey, suspended last month after being charged with aggravated stalking, is back and could play again this season.
Chris Rainey is getting a second chance at Florida.
Nick Saban saw the team he wants No. 1 Alabama to be and it had to be a scary sight for the rest of the Southeastern Conference. Really, for the rest of the country.
Florida and Alabama have regular-season winning streaks that most programs only dream about.
Florida running back Jeff Demps is no longer wearing a protective boot, and coach Urban Meyer says he is "probable" to play against top-ranked Alabama on Saturday.
Not long after Alabama gouged Florida on the ground in last year's Southeastern Conference championship game, the Gators starting working on ways to better stop the run.
Florida running back Jeff Demps will miss some practice this week with a bruised foot, but he could be back for Saturday's game at top-ranked Alabama.