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Gaulden Looking to Take Bigger Strides

Gaulden Looking to Take Bigger Strides

He wanted to play his true freshman season no matter what, so cornerback Devin Gaulden played in six games last season. With that limited experience under his belt, the Florida native is hoping to parlay that into a successful 2012 season.

MADISON - Known in high school as a quick and athletic cornerback who liked to make an impact, especially at the line of scrimmage, Devin Gaulden was committed to playing his true freshman year, even despite playing football for only two seasons. That didn't hold him back last year as much as his injury did. Gaulden was sidelined with a stress fracture in his leg, costing him valuable practice...

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