It started out with 48 of the best plays in Gator History. Through a series of 46 polls we have eliminated all of the plays except two. The plays were divided into offensive and defensive plays and there were some special teams plays used to even out the two sides. The Final Four round had the largest vote totals so far as well. So here they are! The top offensive play is the play immortalized by the phrase "Green is behind the defense." Doug Johnson to Quezzie Green in the 97 FSU game. Gators trailed with a little over two minutes to go. SOS had been rotating QB's all game until this drive. The video is in the following posts. The top defensive play was a special teams play. It is forever known as the "Cock Block". Florida was leading the SOS lead Gamecocks of South Carolina and with just seconds left in the game as Ryan Succup lined up for a USC field goal. Jarvis Moss with his incredible leaping ability and long wingspan manages to get his "ring finger, the finger that one day might have a championship ring on it" it the words of Gary Danielson, managed to block it. It is in a video in the following posts as well. These two plays are also often mentioned in connection with the loudest moments in The Swamp. Cast your vote for the Greatest Gator Play. Voting will stay open until Tuesday Morning at 8 am edt on April 26th.