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Florida successfully deployed some early trickery against Michigan at the Citrus Bowl on Friday.

By SI Wire
January 01, 2016

Florida successfully deployed some early trickery against Michigan at the Citrus Bowl on Friday.

Capping an eight-play drive near the end of the first quarter, the Gators lined up in the wildcat formation on Michigan’s two-yard-line. Running back Kelvin Taylor took the snap and ran to his left, handing the ball to a streaking Antonio Callaway. Quarterback Treon Harris was left uncovered and burst into open space on the right side of the field, where he comfortably caught an underhand pass for a touchdown.

The score tied the game at 7–7 following an extra point by Neil MacInnes.

You can watch the play below.

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​- Jeremy Woo

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