Florida 26, Miami 3

<b>WHERE: </b> Ben Hill Griffin Stadium
<b>THE BUZZ: </b>This wasn't the same <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="ORSPT000172" title="Florida Gators" href="/topic/sports/college-sports/florida-gators-ORSPT000172.topic">Gators</a> team that ended the season on an unprecedented 10-game run. Florida compiled 345 yards of total offense, almost 100 less than their season average. Miami went into the locker room down 9-3 before Florida got it together in the second half. A late field-goal kick by Jonathan Phillips with the game out of reach enraged Miami Coach <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PESPT008512" title="Randy Shannon" href="/topic/sports/football/randy-shannon-PESPT008512.topic">Randy Shannon</a>. 
<b>KEY PLAY: </b>A 28-yard catch by wide receiver Carl Moore sparked the first of two late touchdowns. Officials reviewed Moore's acrobatic catch as he barely kept his feet in bounds. 
<b>STARS: </b>Tight end Aaron Hernandez showed the Gators would be just fine without the injured Cornelius Ingram. Hernandez finished with five catches for 58 yards and a touchdown. 
<b>STATS: </b>Miami held the ball for more than 31 minutes against the Gators defense. 
<b>QUOTE: </b>“I'm glad I don't have to hear about it [anymore], that's for sure.”  --Gators QB <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PESPT008528" title="Tim Tebow" href="/topic/sports/football/tim-tebow-PESPT008528.topic">Tim Tebow</a> about beating Miami for the first time since 1985.
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( Stephen M. Dowell, Orlando Sentinel / September 6, 2008 )

WHERE: Ben Hill Griffin Stadium THE BUZZ: This wasn't the same Gators team that ended the season on an unprecedented 10-game run. Florida compiled 345 yards of total offense, almost 100 less than their season average. Miami went into the locker room down 9-3 before Florida got it together in the second half. A late field-goal kick by Jonathan Phillips with the game out of reach enraged Miami Coach Randy Shannon. KEY PLAY: A 28-yard catch by wide receiver Carl Moore sparked the first of two late touchdowns. Officials reviewed Moore's acrobatic catch as he barely kept his feet in bounds. STARS: Tight end Aaron Hernandez showed the Gators would be just fine without the injured Cornelius Ingram. Hernandez finished with five catches for 58 yards and a touchdown. STATS: Miami held the ball for more than 31 minutes against the Gators defense. QUOTE: “I'm glad I don't have to hear about it [anymore], that's for sure.” --Gators QB Tim Tebow about beating Miami for the first time since 1985.

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