"It was a lot more electric for today's game than it normally is," Trey Burton said.
Burton was able to speak with the coaches before the showdown.
"I talked to Coach Loeffler, Coach Carter and Coach White before the game today to wish them luck. I didn't want to bother those guys today."
Some of the nation's top talent was on hand as Florida opened its Southeastern play.
"I talked to Chris Dunkley, Ronald Powell, Jeff Luc and Jordan Hicks and all of the current kids in the 2010 class that I saw."
Burton was not expecting the game to be that close.
"The game was a lot closer that I thought it would be but a win is a win and it was the loudest game that I have ever been to."
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