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If you were to sum up Will Hill's 2010 season in one word, it would be underwhelming.
With the departure of Major Wright to the NFL, Hill was expected to have a monster season paired with All-SEC safety Ahmad Black, but off-field troubles and questionable on-field efforts hampered his season.
However, Hill showed the Gator Nation what he was truly capable of in the Florida Gators' 34-31 overtime victory against the Georgia Bulldogs in Jacksonville.
Hill recorded six tackles (five solo) and two interceptions, providing much-needed clutch plays from a bleeding Florida defense.
Hill actually picked off three passes during the game, the third coming on a failed Georgia two-point conversion in the fourth quarter.
Oh, and by the way, Hill nearly won the game on his second officially-recorded interception, taking a tipped pass from Bulldogs quarterback Aaron Murray 89 yards down to the Georgia 4-yard line in overtime.
While his lack of contributions hurt the Gators in 2010, his efforts also rescued the team from its darkest stretch since the Ron Zook Era.