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Florida by the numbers

By Times staff writer
© St. Petersburg Times
published November 10, 2002

Career catch for Florida tight end Darrell Carpenter. -- 1

Times since 1990 a Florida game was not on network TV. The last time a conference game was not televised was 1998 against Vanderbilt. -- 10

Consecutive times Florida has defeated Vanderbilt. -- 12

Florida defensive streak ended. Dating to the Auburn game Oct. 19, Florida had not allowed an opponent to convert on third down. The streak ended when Vanderbilt converted a third-down attempt on a touchdown drive to open the third. -- 21

Consecutive games Vanderbilt receiver Dan Stricker has caught at least one pass. -- 32

Punt return yards by Vanderbilt's Brandon Smith, the longest for the Commodores this season. -- 65

Rushing yards this season for former Robinson standout Kwane Doster, making him the all-time leading freshman running back at Vanderbilt. -- 687

Attendance in Vanderbilt Stadium. -- 28, 881

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