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Saturday, June 15, 2024

In only the second game of the regular season, Florida is looking to right the ship.

The No. 4 Gators (0-1) travel to Jacksonville today to face the Dolphins at 7 p.m. in what will be JU’s season opener.

Florida won last year’s meeting between the two programs 21-5 and owns a 5-0 all-time record against the Dolphins.

The Gators are coming off of a loss to No. 2 North Carolina on Saturday so, in a quick turnaround, they will look to clean up their mistakes against Jacksonville.

Florida aims to fire on all cylinders in an attempt to fix the issues it saw on film against UNC. Redshirt junior Nicole Graziano, who had a career-high six draw controls on Saturday, said today’s game will be a great chance for the Gators to get back on track and get one in the win column.

"We’re definitely gonna learn from UNC," Graziano said, "and have a good opportunity (Wednesday) to bounce back."

Follow Alex Maminakis on Twitter @alexmaminakis

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