Posted January 05, 2013 on florida.scout.com
The Florida Gators defied most of the odds this year by winning 11 regular season games. A fumble into the endzone was a possible single moment that kept this team from playing for it all. As much as they overachieved, the team is hungry for next season and believes they have the parts to make 2013 even better.
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