Florida Vs. Tennessee 2012: Gators Run Away From Vols 37-20

It looked like the Tennessee Volunteers had a great shot of breaking the Florida Gators' seven game winning streak over the Volunteers, but a second half filled with big plays by the Gators was just too much. Florida continues to torment Tennessee, this time to the tune of a 37-20 win on the road in Knoxville.

Starting at the 3:37 mark in the second quarter, Florida reeled off 34 straight points to turn a 20-13 deficit into a 37-20 lead. Big plays were the key, with Trey Burton's 80 yard touchdown run and Jeff Driskel's 75 yard touchdown pass to Mike Hammond leading the way. Mike Gillislee ran for 119 yards on 19 carries, and the Gators racked up 556 total yards on their way to a convincing win.

For Tennessee, it means another loss to the Gators and a return to the drawing board. Tyler Bray threw for two touchdowns, but also threw two picks and made some questionable decisions with the ball.

For more information on Gators football, head on over to Alligator Army. For more Volunteers coverage, pay a visit to Rocky Top Talk. Don't forget to also take a look at our SEC blog, Team Speed Kills.

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