Gator LB Edwards Says Offseason Conditioning Has Worked
With the start of Florida Gator football practice just three days away, Lorenzo Edwards says the months of strength and conditioning work have paid off. The senior linebacker was a captain in Friday's Gator Charity Challenge, and Edwards said afterwards that head strength coach Mickey Marotti has done good work with the team.
"Its a lot of conditioning, and it's a lot of work, but I believe (Marotti) has put us in the best position to do what we need to do," said Edwards.
"We pride ourselves in surpassing our opponent in the fourth quarter and out-toughing them."
The Gators get their first chance to out-tough an opponent on September 4th against Miami of Ohio. The first practice of the fall season is Thursday August 5.
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