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Offense Just Needs an Ice Breaker

Hines broke the ice Saturday with a 36-yard run

Although the scores didn't come in bunches, Florida waited again until the second half to get untracked on offense. Once the first touchdown was scored in Saturday's win, the go ahead score wasn't far behind. It has pretty much been the status quo of an offense that seems to have to feel their way in the first part of the game and rely on a stingy defense to keep getting them the ball.

Against the Missouri Tigers it was senior receiver Omarius Hines who ‘broke the ice' for Florida. On a receiver sweep, Hines took the ball from Trey Burton in the ‘wildcat' formation and raced around the right side where he saw a huge hole open up. Once the hole was there, Hines used his speed to dart for the end zone on a 36-yard scamper. "It felt amazing," Hines said of scoring on the play... Recommended Stories