Posted September 11, 2013 on florida.scout.com
The Florida Gators suffered a huge loss Saturday at Miami and are busy licking their wounds. Turnovers were the big culprit, but there was more to it than just that. Denny Courson and "Hollywood" Bob Redman examine what went wrong Saturday in this in-depth discussion.
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