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Taylor rushed 25 times for a career-high 197 yards and two touchdowns — including an electrifying 65-yard score late in the fourth quarter.Jones matched those 25 attempts with a career-best 192 yards and two scores, including a 44-yarder on the first possession of the second half to open a 24-7 advantage.Trailing 7-0, UF’s biggest rushing yards of the game may have been the 21 gained by walk-on wideout Michael Mc Neely, when he stood up from his spot as holder on what appeared to be a UF field-goal try, then stood up and zipped through the Georgia defense for an untouched touchdown that tied it and sent a powerful injection of adrenaline into the Florida sideline."It was great to get the ball rolling in the right direction," Mc Neely said.
"We felt all week we were going to win the game," junior defensive end Dante Fowler Jr. It took a sneaky play early in the second quarter to set the game’s tone.On the very next possession, UF’s defense smothered Georgia for a three-and-out, with the Gators answering with a five-play, 64-yard march that was capped by a 2-yard touchdown run by Taylor.The son of UF icon Fred Taylor also had a 44-yard run on the drive to help set up the 14-7 lead that stood till halftime."Four hundred yards rushing," Georgia coach Mark Richt lamented. We couldn’t run the way we like to and they did." After Taylor’s lighting-bolt dash in the final period, junior offensive tackle D.J Humphries reveled alongside position coach Mike Summers as Georgia’s black-and-red half of the stadium emptied. "What a beautiful sight." The powerhouse, smash-mouth display from the Gators’ running game dwarfed Florida’s biggest pregame storyline: The first collegiate start for true freshman quarterback Treon Harris.