The Florida Gators took on the Miami Hurricanes for the first time since the 2004 Peach Bowl where the Gators lost to Miami 27-10.

This game is also the first regular season meeting between the two teams since 2003 where the then #18 Gators nearly upset the #3 Miami Hurricanes at the Orange Bowl.

Hawaii was able to put 10 points on the board ending the game with a score of 56-10.

Hawaii used three quarterbacks, all of whom threw for interceptions.

After clinching the SEC East, the Gators defeated then top-ranked Alabama Crimson Tide 31–20 in the SEC Championship Game to win their eighth conference title. Entering the season as defending national champions, the Gators went 9–4 in the 2007 in spite of a prolific offense, primarily due to a defense depleted by graduation and departures to the NFL leading to the worst defense for a Florida team since 1971, closing out the year with a 41-35 loss to Michigan in the 2008 Capital One Bowl on January 1.

They capped their season by defeating the Oklahoma Sooners in the BCS National Championship Game 24–14. Quarterback Tim Tebow became the first sophomore to win the Heisman trophy.

The Gators' offense finished with 406 total yards; 255 of those coming on the ground.

This was the first game since the 2006 season where Tim Tebow did not have at least two touchdowns in a game.

The Hurricanes received the ball to start the game with Florida deferring to the second half.

Florida's defense held Miami to one net yard on their opening drive and forced a quick three and out.

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The 2008 Florida Gators football team represented the University of Florida in the sport of American football during the 2008 NCAA Division I FBS football season.

The final score the Gators put on the board was an interception returned for a touchdown by Gator DB Ahmad Black in his first career game as a Gator.