Gator Football Roundup: Muschamp Just Wants to Win, D-Line Pressures, Secondary Gets Picks
The No. 15 Florida Gators got a huge win versus SEC East rival Tennessee on Saturday, beating the Volunteers 33-23. The Gator defense answered the challenge thrown down by head coach Will Muschamp, and affected Tennessee quarterback Tyler Bray all afternoon, wracking up three sacks and plenty of QB pressures. The Gator secondary also came down with the first interceptions of the season, one by Josh Evans on the first play of the second half, and the other by Matt Elam to seal the victory. Florida will travel to Lexington, KY for their first road game this season on Saturday.
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