Sharrif Floyd

Sharrif Floyd's Amazing Journey to the 2013 NFL Draft

The incredible story of one of the top prospects at the 2013 NFL Draft
<p> Sharrif Floyd's Amazing Journey to the 2013 NFL Draft</p>
As the final seconds ticked away at Florida State’s Doak Campbell Stadium last fall, defensive tackle Sharrif Floyd was in no mood to celebrate his Florida Gators’ upset of their bitter rival.
 
Not yet, at least. Floyd was too tired.
 

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Florida's Sharrif Floyd Gets a Bad Deal From the NCAA

Sharrif Floyd was suspended for the first two games of the season.
<p> Sharrif Floyd was suspended for the first two games of the season.</p>
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by Josh Kipnis

Time and time again, evidence has indicated that college athletics are a corrupt system.  Coaches are constantly violating the NCAA’s recruiting rules, and players are accepting illegal benefits from booster and alumni programs.  Sharrif Floyd, defensive tackle for the , has been the center of the latest controversy.