When Brock Berlin made his move following the 2001 season, it was a huge story. But what else was the former top-ranked quarterback recruit in the nation supposed to do? Sit behind Rex Grossman at Florida until they both ran out of eligibility?

“It was very uncommon at the time,” Berlin says now of his transfer to Miami, where he started for the Hurricanes in 2003 and 2004. “And I didn’t want to. I loved it at Florida. I still have very close friends from Florida. I didn’t have anything against Florida, but I had a quarterback a year older than me and in the same class (Grossman had redshirted; Berlin hadn’t) who was one of the top guys in the country. I had to make

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