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Hunter finishes emotional senior day

As the final seconds rolled off the clock in The Swamp on Saturday, senior defensive tackle Omar Hunter didn't know what to do. So he found someone in the same situation as him — senior linebacker Lerentee McCray. The two fifth-year seniors embraced, taking in the memories of their long careers in Gainesville. As the seconds ticked away, both knew the memories in The Swamp never would.

"It's very hard," senior defensive tackle Omar Hunter said. "As soon as the clock hit zero, me and Lerentee went and hugged each other and went, ‘man, we'll never play here again.' We took a look at the whole stadium. That's when it really hit me that I'll never play here again." Even in a team meeting room as he talked with members of the media about a half hour after the game, the emotion was...

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