Gators Second Half Success Not By Accident
GAINESVILLE- That the Florida Gator football team has rallied for back-to-back SEC wins on the road doesn't surprise head coach Will Muschamp: in fact, he says it's a product of something the team has been lacking-maturity.
"I don't believe in those Gipper speeches," Muschamp said when discussing his halftime tactics. "I just try to tell the guys what they need to do to succeed."
The Gators latest success came against Tennessee, where Florida outscored the Volunteers 27-6 in the second half, and 10-0 in the 4th quarter.
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