Gators Football News: Florida Used "Elementary" Offensive Attack To Beat Georgia

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The Florida Gators weren't fancy about what they wanted to do against the Georgia Bulldogs in Athens on Saturday.

Under the direction of embattled head coach Will Muschamp, the Florida Gators ran the ball directly at the Bulldogs, gaining 418 rushing yards on 60 carries in a 38-20 road romp.

Georgia's offensive line was no match for Florida's "elementary" attack, as former NFL tight end Alge Crumpler put it:

Furthermore, Florida QB Treon Harris attempted just six passes, completing three for 27 yards.

Such a one-dimensional attack is not usually employed with success in SEC play, but Muschamp's two-headed monster of Kelvin Taylor (197 yards) and Matt Jones (192 yards) read and reacted as the O-line continuously pushed back the line of scrimmage all day long en route to a perhaps season-saving win between the hedges.

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