In a case of the rich getting richer, it looks like Florida's place kicker Jonathan Phillips will be back for another year.
The SEC granted him a medical hardship for missing nearly all of the 2007 season, clearing the way for his return for a sixth season. He wasn't even going to return for last year if it wasn't for Urban Meyer convincing him to postpone law school. It looks like the head coach is getting two years for his efforts.
Phillips was 12-of-13 on field goals last season, though his longest was just 40 yards. He made all of his 79 extra point attempts except the fateful one that was blocked against Ole Miss (and the Swiss cheese-like blocking was at fault for that one).
I would expect to see him work on his range to become a threat from beyond 40 yards. His backup is true sophomore Caleb Sturgis, a guy with a big leg who at least last season didn't have adequate accuracy yet.