Gator's Looking for Basics and Revenge in Matchup Against Georgia
GAINESVILLE- The Florida Gator football team and the Georgia Bulldogs head into their annual showdown both coming off back to back losses. It is the first time since 1926 that's happened.
With injuries a large part of the problems, Gator players say they know the best move it to just return to their basics on offense.
Gator linebacker Mike Taylor also points out that the team is looking for revenge after the Bulldogs ruined Florida's regular season in 2012.
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