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This incredible stat proves why Florida is the real “DBU” Sam Greenwood/Getty Images
GAINESVILLE, FL - OCTOBER 15: Teez Tabor #31 of the Florida Gators crosses the goal line for a touchdown after making an interception during the game against the Missouri Tigers at Ben Hill Griffin Stadium on October 15, 2016 in Gainesville, Florida. (Photo by Sam Greenwood/Getty Images)

The debate of who the real “DBU” is has been ongoing for years now. Is it LSU? Is it Florida? Is it someone else? Well, Florida has a pretty strong grasp on it now according to Pro Football Focus.

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The SEC’s top passing offense was absolutely stifled and only had 98 yards — 59 of which came during garbage time — compared to its normal 323 passing yards per game. Drew Lock looked horrendous with only four completions and two more of them to the Gators who took them back to the house.

So maybe calling Florida “DBU” with its recent draft picks in Vernon Hargreaves, Will Hill, Reggie Nelson, Joe Haden and Keanu Neal isn’t such a stretch.

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