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Players See Body Change From Dillman

Strength and conditioning coach Jeff Dillman has spent just as much time on educating as he has on the nuts and bolts of his workout plan. The educating has been more important than the workouts. The first-year strength coach wanted his players to understand what they were doing before they even lifted one weight in the football facility. It helped the players buy into the philosophy early.

"It's so different because we understand why we're lifting, what we're working on and basically why we're doing it," Sharrif Floyd said. "We know how it pertains to football instead of just knowing we're working out. That helps a lot." That's what Dillman wanted when he took the Florida job. It's the reason he works so hard to teach. Before the Gators started to work out on each machine, Dillman...

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