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Muschamp Preached Discipline in Second Half

COLLEGE STATION, Texas- The Texas A&M offense had Florida on its heels. The Gators back peddled into the locker room at halftime staring at a ten-point deficit that felt like it was twice that. Florida coach Will Muschamp didn't waste time grabbing his team's attention. It wasn't a speech that included massive overhaul of the defensive scheme. It was about getting back to the plan.

"It was crystal clear," Will Muschamp said of his halftime message. "There was one guy talking, and I told them what they needed to do. "We did a better job in the second half of controlling the line of scrimmage. That was the difference. There was no magic potion." Muschamp wanted his team to control its aggression and stop getting out of position while trying to make the big play. It hurt the... Recommended Stories

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