Posted December 04, 2012 on recruiting.scout.com
Head coach Will Muschamp has the Florida Gators ready for Sugar in only his second season. The Gators capped off a remarkable run in 2012 with a lopsided victory on the road over Florida State. The Gators ended the season 11-1 and the only team in America with wins over four of the top twelve teams in the BCS.
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