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Six-run inning secures midweek win

Gushue had a big night at the plate

The switch didn't flip until the fifth inning -- and no one knew why it did. But after cruising through the first four innings with bad at-bats, the Gators changed things in a hurry during the fifth inning. Florida batted around with five hits while scoring six runs and taking command of the game. The Gators then cruised to a 12-1 win over USF, ending a 12-game winning streak for the Bulls.

"We were a little dead up there the first half of the game," said Florida catcher Taylor Gushue. "I don't really know what changed. The ‘on' switch just went on. It happened for us that inning." The inning started with back-to-back one-out singles by Connor Mitchell and Harrison Bader, with Mitchell scoring the first run from third on a wild pitch. Richie Martin followed with an RBI single up the... Recommended Stories

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