Derek Dooley Says Gator Corners "Will Be Physical"
GAINESVILLE- For the second straight year, the featured matchup in the Florida-Tennessee football game (Saturday, 6 p.m.) appears to be the Tennessee offense against the Florida defense.
For the second straight year, Volunteers quarterback Tyler Bray comes into the Gators game posting big numbers in his first two contests, trhowing for 643 yards and 6 touchdowns against NC State and Georgia State, respectively.
But last year, Bray was intercepted twice and held to under 300 yards passing, while the rushing attack was held to -9 yards.
Volunteers head coach Derek Dooley says the game this weekend will be physical, especially with his wide receivers against the Gators defensive backs.
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