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Posted by ESPN.com's Chris Low
GAINESVILLE, Fla. -- Florida's offense took its turn in the third quarter Saturday.
The Gators, widening their lead to 42-6 in a game that was over a long time ago, ripped off two long touchdown plays against a South Carolina defense that is starting to look beaten down after hanging in there in the first half.
Percy Harvin shook loose for an 80-yard touchdown run on Florida's first play from scrimmage in the third quarter. Jeffery Demps several minutes later broke a tackle at the line of scrimmage and sprinted 38 yards for a touchdown.
It's been the formula for the Gators all season long. They hit you with big plays on offense and special teams and set up easy scores thanks to their defense.
Florida has now scored 30 points against every SEC regular-season opponent for the first time in school history.