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Death by big play

Speed kills ... as the Florida Gators proved in murdering Tennessee one year ago at The Swamp.

Urban Meyer's team has the kind of speed that can turn a competitive game into a romp in the blink of an eye. That's why Tennessee's greatest challenge in Saturday's rematch at Neyland Stadium will be to try and limit the Gators' big plays. The Vols failed miserably in this endeavor last fall, which is why they suffered a humbling 59-20 loss. The Gators registered 12 big plays that day – a 2...

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