Homecoming week for the University of Florida
A week of Homecoming festivities continues at the University of Florida, with some of the largest events still to come. Homecoming Campus Involvement Director Lauren Griffin says Gator Growl will be bigger than ever.
The Florida Gators will be playing Vanderbilt Commodores for their homecoming football game on Saturday.
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