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UF's Brandon James has foot surgery

GAINESVILLE -- Brandon James, Florida's all-American kick return specialist, underwent surgery on Monday to repair a fractured metatarsal bone in his right foot, according to the University of Florida. James, a junior, will be on crutches for six to eight weeks, according to UF. 
 
In 2008 James was voted the Southeastern Conference Special Teams Player of the Year. He holds school records for single-season (510 yards) and career punt-return yardage (1,127 yards).

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After the eight weeks, in which he'll miss spring practice, he is not expected to have any ill after-effects. Full recovery projected.

Do you think this was bothering him late in the season? He was not as "great" then as he had been before.

I thought Brandon didn't look as explosive late in the season. Did he bust anything in the latter half?

Hey Jo! Can you answer the two identical questions directly above? Thanks!

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