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Other games to consider:
-UF 18, Auburn 17 in 1986: Gators scored 18 unanswered to win miracle over top-10 team
-UF 35-23 over Miami in 1985: Believe UF had two TDs at the Orange Bowl in the final 10 minutes.
-The UF comeback over Kentucky when Zook was coach. Huge comeback.
Tell us where you'd rank this 4th-quarter effort by UF
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That Kentucky game was amazing...Too young to remember the other 2....Today was something special though. It tops my list
Ok i'll go. This ranks right up there. Another game to consider is the 2008 SEC Championship Game.
I wasn't alive for the first 2 on the list but that Kentucky game was one to remember. Also I think the '08 SEC championship against Bama was a great one to come back to win that one. This was definitely up there since we looked dead that whole 3rd qtr and lost all momentum.
24 fourth-Q points on the road in Tally.
Sugar Bowl in NO in 1966 or 67. We were behind Missouri by the score 20-0 start of the 4th quarter. The Old Ball Coach was our QB and when we scored early in the 4th Ray Graves (our coach back then) went for 2; I was a student at the time at the game and asked out loud...why 2? Scored 2 more touchdowns, went for 2 each time and lost 20-18. It was about then I realized It helps to know a bit of math if you coach football. So yes, we scored 3 touchdowns in the 4th quarter, held the opposition to 0 and still lost the game. Can't rank as the best 4th quarter ever, but certainly not as significant as this one or the Auburn win.
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