Tim Tebow and the Florida Defense Dominates As Gators Romp In Sugar Bowl
When Alabama beat us in the SEC Championship Game, another Gator called me with this assessment, "We finally played the game I was afraid we had in us all year."
And I agreed with the way he put it.
If I were to call him tonight after the Sugar Bowl, my words would be, "We finally played the game I hoped we could play."
Probably the most complete game I've seen Florida play all year.
And it couldn't have come at a better time for the Gators.
No need for a recap. You can read the numbers in the box score.
With the adversity this program dealt with all year, especially this past month, a finer Sugar Bowl script couldn't have been written.
As I think back over the past year, what I'll remember most aren't really the wins and disappointing loss to Alabama. Instead, I'll think about the times I spent experiencing the ups and downs of being a Florida Gator.
It's always been that way for me.
As a kid, I suffered through many heartbreaking losses.
I've also been fortunate to celebrate many wonderful victories.
Tonight was a good night to be a Gator. And I've never been prouder of my team.
But like it's always been for me, it's never a "done deal."
We've still got some work to do.
We always will.
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