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Randall's Three-Hit Shutout Paces No. 3 UF

Randall allowed four base runners on Thursday

It's hard to draw it up any better than how it went on Thursday for No. 3 Florida . The Gators got a three-hit shutout from right-hander Hudson Randall while the offense cranked out six runs on ten hits, including three by Preston Tucker to give him the all-time record for hits at UF. Florida erased the taste of a midweek loss at Samford with a 6-0 win over Auburn to open the series.

"Hudson Randall pitched his heart out and saved our pen for the next two nights—special, special outing for him," Florida head coach Kevin O'Sullivan said. "It gave us a great lift to start the weekend." Randall faced the minimum hitters an inning during six of his nine innings on the mound. He walked one to go along with the three hits allowed, but the Florida defense played well behind him...

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