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I enjoy a nice hot dog. I also enjoy when Gator players make a standout play and win ball games. That's why we're talking about who has made the most standout play for the Gators this season. With Florida once again controlling their own destiny in the SEC East, these guys will eventually have to make another great play for the Gators. Here are the nominees. Pick your play in the poll below.
Jon Bostic interception against Tennessee: Leading 7-3 in the second quarter, Florida's defense is sent back on the field following a punt catch fumble by Janoris Jenkins. In two plays, the Vols get inside the Gators' 3-yard line. On third and goal, Matt Simms' pass is intercepted by Jon Bostic, killing the Vols chances to lead at the half.
Omarius Hines fake punt against Tennessee: The Vols had just tied the game 10-10, when UF looked to punt on 4th and 6 from their own 39-yard line. Instead, Omarius Hines catches the snap and rumbles 36 yards into Tennessee territory. The Gators would score a touchdown and win the game 31-17.
Andre Debose returns one against LSU: Andre Debose showed the flashes of brilliance that were promised before his leg surgery last season. Against the Tigers, and losing 26-14, Debose takes a kickoff 88 yards for a touchdown.
Trey Burton goes for 51 against Georgia: Running out of the wildcat, Burton fakes a handoff, and runs through the right side of the line. He is never touched by a Bulldog until he dives into the end zone, 51 yards later. The score would give UF a 31-24 lead.
Will Hill picks off Aaron Murray: In overtime, Will Hill picks off Aaron Murray's deflected pass to end the Dogs' overtime series. He ends up being four yards short of winning the game, as he is shoved out of bounds on the return just before he dives for the goal line.
Chas Henry beats Georgia with a 37-yard field goal: With personal demons and Georgia defensive coaches haunting him, Chas Henry keeps his focus and buries a 37-yard overtime field goal to defeat the Bulldogs, 34-31.