Found November 10, 2012 on Bush League Chronicle:

The No. 6 Florida Gators averted monumental disaster at home thanks largely in part to this improbable blocked punt for a touchdown with just two seconds remaining in the fourth quarter. The Gators scored 14 points in less than two minutes of game clock to pull out the win over the upset-minded Louisiana Lafayette Ragin' Cajuns, 27-20. Do you hear that? That's the sound of Gator Country exhaling after laboring through the epic comeback.May the football Gods be with you. They certainly were for Florida on Saturday.

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