South Carolina Defeats Florida In OT

By on November 16th, 2014

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Florida defensive lineman Caleb Brantley (57) shows emotion after tackling Ole Miss quarterback Chad Kelly (10).

Gators Stun Third Ranked Ole Miss 38-10

Florida defeated the No. 3 ranked Ole Miss Rebels in the Swamp Saturday night. The Gators received a stellar performance from quarterback Will Grier, along with a strong showing from their defense.

Florida Gators Tennessee Volunteers

Gators Fans Celebrate Win Over Tennessee In The Swamp

Florida fans celebrated after freshman wide receiver Antonio Callaway ran in a 63-yard touchdown pass from Grier late in the fourth quarter to seal their eleventh straight victory against SEC rival Tennessee in the Swamp.

Trailing Tennessee 27-14 with 10 minutes remaing in the game, Florida puts together an 86-yard drive that ends with Florida wide receiver Brandon Powell (4) scoring a touchdown. This made the score 27-21 with 4:09 left to play.

Gators Defeat Volunteers In Late Game Thriller

Trailing by two touchdowns with 10 minutes left in the fourth quarter, the Florida Gators make a miraculous comeback to defeat the Tennessee Volunteers 28-27.

From left to right: Carli Snyder (4) Alex Holston (3) Nikki O'Rourke (20) Rhamat Alhassan (1) Mackenzie Dagostino (covered) and Gabby Mallette (back) celebrate scoring after a long rally during the second set against FSU. (photo by Samuel Navarro)

Gators Volleyball Victorious In Matchup Against Rival FSU

The No. 5 ranked Gators won their match 3-1 against No. 18 ranked Florida State University at the O’Connell Center on Sunday.

Florida's Živa Recek goes for a spike during the first set against St. John's.

Volleyball Team Sweeps St. John’s In Home Opener

The No. 5 ranked Gators completed their 3-0 sweep of St. Johns on Thursday night at the Stephen C. O’Connell Center.

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