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UF beats OSU 24-17 in TaxSlayer.com Gator Bowl

By on January 2nd, 2012

In this double-report, WUFT-TV’s Katie Gillen explains how special teams play fueled another Gator victory over Ohio State, while WUFT-TV’s Bianca Alberty reports on fan perceptions of the football “rivalry” given that former UF coach Urban Meyer is now taking charge at OSU.


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