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Confused Gators Block Each Other On Florida Touchdown

Hey, at least they picked up some yardage.

On the long list of things Will Muschamp didn’t need this week was a viral video of two of his players looking so confused that they blocked each other — as in they were really blocking one another — during Florida’s loss to Georgia Southern on Saturday.  But that’s exactly what Coach Boom got:

 

Gator teammates blocking each other vs Georgia Southern

 

During Solomon Patton’s touchdown run, senior center Jonotthan Harrison and junior receiver Quinton Dunbar locked up on each other pretty good.  Fortunately, their confusion didn’t get in the way of Patton as he raced toward that end zone in the game’s second quarter.

Senior guard Jon Halapio said yesterday that he “thought it was comical.”  Worse: “We were all in the locker room joking around about it.”

When fans are angry — and Gator fans are plenty angry right now — they don’t want to see video of two UF players blocking one another.  Nor do they want to hear that anyone on their favorite team is joking about anything these days.

Is this a funny vid?  You bet.  Funny timing?  Not a chance.

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SEC Headlines – 8/23/11 Part One

1.  As preseason camp ends, Florida’s secondary still needs work.

2.  Gator receiver Quinton Dunbar hopes to turn the page in Gainesville this fall.

3.  Former Georgia walk-on Will Muschamp is looking for some walk-ons to add to his Gator program.

4.  Here’s a list of UF’s 10 biggest playmakers… potentially.

5.  Back from injury, Justin Anderson will start at right tackle for Georgia.

6.  Richard Samuel looks like he’ll be okay for next week’s Boise State game.

7.  “A funny thing happened on the way to John Jenkins’ coronation,” Kwame Geathers looks to have won the UGA nose tackle job.

8.  Unpicked in the NFL’s supplemental draft yesterday, former Georgia tailback Caleb King has agreed to a free agent deal with the Minnesota Vikings.

9.  Running back Raymond Sanders wants to be the man who fills the void left by Derrick Locke and Randall Cobb at Kentucky.  And that’s a big void.

10.  The Wildcats’ depth chart is taking shape.

11.  When it comes to UK’s future basketball home, all options are on the table.

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