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Burton: "It felt like a Dream"

Trey Burton sat on the Florida bench and wondered how his performance against Kentucky was possible. That came after only his second touchdown. The freshman quarterback would go on to score four more touchdowns, becoming the fourth player in SEC history to score six or more touchdowns in a game.

"It felt like a dream the whole night," Trey Burton said. "I've wanted to come here and play since I was a little kid. To get the opportunity, I'm so thankful for the ability to play this game." This home game did have a different feel to it. For the previous two against Miami and South Florida, Burton's mom was in the stands to watch him play. She was always at his high school games cheering... Recommended Stories

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