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Written by timcasey, September 20, 2008, 0 Comments,
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Knoxville, Tenn. — Phil Fulmer and the Vols had no solution on offense, defense or special teams, much to the delight to the Florida football team and the Gators fans in attendance. UF won the game 30-6, but after ten minutes of play the Gators were on pace to score 102 points.

Outstanding plays by Brandon James, Brandon Spikes, Janoris Jenkins, Tim Tebow and Percy Harvin quited a crowd of 106,138 fans that started to leave at halftime. In fact, the Tennesse marching band may have played Rocky Top less than ten times in the game. Amazing.

Look for a Super Photo Gallery of more than 200 photos, available only to Gator Country subscribers, to be posted Sunday evening.

If you aren’t already a subscriber, find out what you’ve been missing! Only Gator Country provides such extensive coverage of all Gators events!

Photo Gallery: Gators vs. Vols, 9/20/08

DIRECTORY OF PAST GATOR COUNTRY PHOTO GALLERIES

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Knoxville, Tenn. — Phil Fulmer and the Vols had no solution on offense, defense or special teams, much to the delight to the Florida football team and the Gators fans in attendance. UF won the game 30-6, but after ten minutes of play the Gators were on pace to score 102 points.

Outstanding plays by Brandon James, Brandon Spikes, Janoris Jenkins, Tim Tebow and Percy Harvin quited a crowd of 106,138 fans that started to leave at halftime. In fact, the Tennesse marching band may have played Rocky Top less than ten times in the game. Amazing.

Look for a Super Photo Gallery of more than 200 photos, available only to Gator Country subscribers, to be posted Sunday evening.

If you aren’t already a subscriber, find out what you’ve been missing! Only Gator Country provides such extensive coverage of all Gators events!

Photo Gallery: Gators vs. Vols, 9/20/08

DIRECTORY OF PAST GATOR COUNTRY PHOTO GALLERIES

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