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Defensive intensity helping production

Defensive intensity helping production

The defensive improvement from last year to the first five games of this year has been exponential for the Gators. The unit hasn't allowed a touchdown in over nine quarters and has become one of the top defenses in the SEC. The one thing that hasn't changed from last year is the energy. Even while struggling in 2011, the Gators were always energetic on defense. It's the same case this year.

As the defense plays better, the energy increases. As the defense made its biggest statement of the year on Saturday by holding LSU to two field goals, the intensity on the field increased. It's hard to pick out just one play for fueling the team. "Yeah I think we probably have more than one," Florida defensive coordinator Dan Quinn said with a laugh. "I think we certainly count on some energy... Recommended Stories

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