Posted October 21, 2012 on florida.scout.com
The Florida Gators put a 44-11 beating on the Gamecocks in the Swamp Saturday and are now a perfect 7-0 this season. Florida center Jon Harrison says this team has been a strong second half team and attributes much of that to Jeff Dillman's off-season program. Harrison says last season was a wake-up call for Florida and it's good to bring the Gators program back to where it belongs.
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