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Harris registers solid relief in win

O'Sullivan was happy with the way Harris pitched

Florida's 6-4 hold on Miami late Saturday night clocked in as a monumental clutch from a slew of angles. The win cut the Gators' six-game winning streak. The defeat snapped the Hurricanes' undefeated season. UF's victory forced the rubber game. But one thing coach Kevin O'Sullivan doesn't want to get lost in the contest emerged from Florida's bullpen in the fifth inning.

Both teams perched on an even, 1-1 score before the fifth unraveled. But Miami's offense came alive immediately at the bat of No. 2-hole hitter Alex Hernandez. The second baseman led off with a single to left-center field and his momentum waved on to right fielder Chantz Mack, who also singled. First baseman David Thompson laid down a bunt to third, but Zack Powers' throwing error to first base... Recommended Stories

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