“The competition level is definitely high, and we know every day that we’ve gotta come in and work really hard,” Hammond said. “And I think that’s the standard we have in our receiver group, and that’s why we’re gonna be probably really good this year.”
Putting on any sort of consistent offensive performance that isn’t riddled by incompletions, runs up the middle that are stuffed at the line of scrimmage and sacks might be enough to do that.
“You grind at practice and work hard,” Cleveland said. “When the time comes, show it.”
This year, though, he feels something will be different. This year, Cleveland is more than optimistic that the Gators will break out of the offensive drought that has plagued the team for just under a decade now.
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