Florida Football: 10 Things We Learned from the Gators Win vs. the Volunteers

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Florida Football: 10 Things We Learned from the Gators Win vs. the Volunteers
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The 2012 Florida Gators are full of surprises. 

They came out flat and merely survived against a team in Bowling Green that they should have run off the field. Fans everywhere were preparing themselves for another long season and there was still unease about the quarterback situation. 

The Gators followed that up with a lackluster first half at Texas A&M. Through six quarters the Gators looked like the same team making the same mistakes as they did a year ago. Then they came out for the second half and shut the Aggies out in their stadium, and came away with win number two. 

The Gators looked alright but were hurting themselves with penalties against Tennessee in the first half. They entered the locker room at halftime trailing for the second week in a row. 

Whatever Will Muschamp is saying to his team at halftime is working. The Gators came out, held the Vols to just six points in the second half and won the game 37-20. 

This team is growing up and learning how to win, but what did we learn about the Gators after their 37-20 victory in Knoxville? Let's find out. 

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