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Written by Nick de la Torre, December 7, 2015, 1 Comment,
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The Florida Gators came up short in the SEC Championship game, falling 29-15 to the Alabama Crimson Tide. Despite coming in second in the SEC the fans, Jim McElwain and the Florida football program have a lot to be proud about.

This was a team who was under .500 in the SEC the last two seasons, was picked to finish fifth in the SEC and a team that was supposed to be rebuilding this season. Rather than rebuild, McElwain showed that Florida may not be as far off from “restoring the order” in the SEC.

Andrew Spivey and Nick de la Torre break down the game, what went right and wrong for the Florida Gators and talk about where the program is heading as they ready for Michigan and the Buffalo Wild Wings Bowl.

(We will post the transcript of the podcast as soon as it is available)

  1. swampthing00December 12, 2015, 12:52 am

    no transcript still?

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The Florida Gators came up short in the SEC Championship game, falling 29-15 to the Alabama Crimson Tide. Despite coming in second in the SEC the fans, Jim McElwain and the Florida football program have a lot to be proud about.

This was a team who was under .500 in the SEC the last two seasons, was picked to finish fifth in the SEC and a team that was supposed to be rebuilding this season. Rather than rebuild, McElwain showed that Florida may not be as far off from “restoring the order” in the SEC.

Andrew Spivey and Nick de la Torre break down the game, what went right and wrong for the Florida Gators and talk about where the program is heading as they ready for Michigan and the Buffalo Wild Wings Bowl.

(We will post the transcript of the podcast as soon as it is available)

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