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Rutledge done at UF

GAINESVILLE -- Florida fullback Eric Rutledge will not play with the Gators during their Jan.1 Capital One Bowl, according to Florida sports information director Steve McClain in the Tampa Tribune. A senior, Rutledge was recently suspended for violating team rules.

Rutledge did not log a single rush or reception this season but was considered an excellent blocker for the Gators' spread-option offense. Rutledge is the second Florida football player in recent weeks to find himself in trouble.

Defensive end Jermaine Cunningham was arrested for an incident that occurred in a Gainesville sandwich shop two weeks ago. Cunningham was charged with a misdemeanor for tossing empty soda cups at a deli clerk.



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What did he do to be suspended?

That dumbass clerk had it coming...he messed up my sandwich order.

LOL....Like ur really JC. Just who do you think we are? LOL. Random Foolishness.

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