Classic Moments In Championship Mode: Games Of The Decade

Your basketball game of the decade...

April 2, 2007; Gators 84 - Ohio State 75, National Championship Game: This is the reason why the Oh Fours returned to Gainesville; a chance at history. Florida became the only school to win consecutive National Championships with the same starting five. Ohio State's center Greg Oden got his usual double-double, but UF was cool and efficient. Every big Ohio State play was answered by a Green or Humphrey three-pointer (they were a combined 7-10 for three) or a huge dunk by Al Horford (who led UF with 18 points). The Gators shot 49% from the field.

Your football game of the decade...


January 8, 2009; Gators 24 - Oklahoma 14, BCS Championship Game: Facing the most prolific offense in history, the Gators allowed only 14 points, had 2 sacks, 2 interceptions and two huge goal line stands. While Tim Tebow struggled, Florida stayed alive thanks to Percy Harvin's 171 yards of total offense and touchdown. His 46 yard run followed UF's first goal line stand, and his 52 yarder followed Oklahoma's score to tie it at 14-14. Major Wright's hit on Manny Johnson to start the game preceded his interception to end UF's second goal line stand and end the first half. Ahmad Black's interception set up UF's final score, as a headhunting defense confused Heisman winner Sam Bradford

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