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The Florida Gators are on fire since the return of suspended running back Chris Rainey. That is no coincidence.

In back-to-back victories, Rainey has made his presence known, scoring two touchdowns, blocking two punts, and racking up 377 all-purpose yards, averaging just over 11 yards per touch.

However, while the Gator Nation certainly welcomes back Rainey the football player, they may not be so keen on seeing the return of Rainey the person.

Rainey was arrested on an aggravated stalking charge Sept. 14. He was immediately suspended by Urban Meyer, who stated that the junior speedster was "not a part of the team."

That quote from Meyer, which was echoed by offensive coordinator Steve Addazio, led many to believe that Florida's head coach finally cracked down in a major way by kicking Rainey off the team.

After all, Rainey was arrest No. 30 for the Gators since 2005. He had violated one of Urban Meyer's core values—respect for women—when he sent his ex-girlfriend a death threat via text message.
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