GAINESVILLE, Fla. -- It has been a while since the University of Florida has played in the Gator Bowl.
It was 1992, but it's understandable if your memory of the Gators' 27-10 victory over N.C. State is a little hazy. Not too many people saw the game.
There were 71,223 people in the stadium and the game was televised nationally on TBS, but they didn't see much after the middle of the second quarter. Heavy fog rolled into the stadium and quickly made watching the game from the stands or on TV impossible.
"It looked like snow," said Larry Kennedy, a former UF safety who played in the game. "You really couldn't see."
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