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Up 49-10 with the victory guaranteed, Coach Urban Meyer calls timeout twice in the final minute to prolong the Bulldogs’ defeat to the Gators. The tactic was presumed to be revenge for the previous season’s events in the rivalry.
With a 23 yard touchdown run, quarterback Tim Tebow breaks former Bulldog standout Herschel Walker’s SEC touchdown record of 49 career touchdowns. Tebow’s 50th career touchdown was extra sweet for the QB coming against bitter rival Georgia in a 41-17 victory.
With 33 seconds left in a 13-13 tie, Gators kicker Matt Leach lines up for a 33 yard field goal. Leach drives the kick just inside the left goal post to get the victory, and crush the Bulldogs’ hopes of getting to the 2003 National Championship.
Gators linebacker Brandon Spikes kickstarts the momentum in the Gators favor with this huge hit on Georgia running back Knowshon Moreno. The hit has come to be one of the more memorable ones in Florida history.
With a minute remaining, Gator quarterback Chris Leak downs the ball twice to run out the clock on the Bulldogs in a close 21-14 victory. The win helped propel the Gators into the National Championship conversation, which after winning out the rest of the season, they claimed over Ohio State in Glendale.
In 2008 the Florida Gators Football had one of the most electrifying backfields the school and possibly college football has ever seen, lead by these 3 SPEEDSTERS...can you tell us who they were?
#TBT to when the 1990 Florida Gators got Head Coach Steve Spurrier's first BIG upset in a 48-7 victory over #4 Auburn and legendary coach Pat Dye...Coach Dye's worst loss of his career!