Pokes’ Hunter has that Sanders look

BY ANDREA COHEN Modified: October 30, 2008 at 9:39 am •  Published: October 30, 2008
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The two haven’t yet been introduced.

"I’ve seen him,” Hunter said. "Last year, when we played Florida Atlantic, I seen him on the screen. I knew he was somewhere around.”

Hunter surveyed the sideline looking for Sanders as much as he could — "But we were playing the game,” he said.

Gundy has a guess about how a meeting between the two would go.

"There would be zero words exchanged if those two ever talked,” he said. "They’d just kinda sit there and stare at each other.”

Hunter gets a kick out of that, giving a hearty laugh when he hears about Gundy’s prediction.

"I would speak to him,” Hunter said. "Out of respect. I’d come up with something to ask him if he was here.”

But the way things are going with Hunter at the moment, Gundy doesn’t think he needs much advice, even from Sanders.

"I’d say leave him alone, I guess,” Gundy said. "He’s playing pretty good right now.”



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