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Gators give back to Gainesville

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The University of Florida football team may have played their last game in the Swamp on Saturday versus Appalachian State, but Head Coach Urban Meyer called an audible and had his players line up one more time in Gainesville. In all, Coach Meyer and his players filled over 500 bags for homeless and needy families in Gainesville. In addition to provisions, each bag was topped off with an orange Gator shirt.

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