Following the Gators loss to Louisville Wednesday, backup LB Darrin Kitchens (who did not play in the game) made his way over to the portion of the Superdome closest to the Florida band. There, with his helmet proudly held high, he sang the Florida alma mater for one last time this season.

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take notes thUgF. he has it right
Reply50 months
CLASS move. Sends a message to the rest of his teammates and his douchy coach.
Reply50 months
Very impressive. Gator Nation should be proud of this young man.
Reply50 months
I listened to him speak at the FCA Sugar Bowl breakfast. This should not surprise you. Very classy kid.
Reply50 months
That is the type of player you want on your side. I bet he would run through a wall for his team.
Reply50 months
If I were a business owner this young man would have a job offer lined for him the day after he receives his diploma.
Reply50 months
Very Classy Move! My hats off to him!! He showed a lot of character, something his teammates and coaches seem to be lacking that night!
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I like that guy. Good for him.
Reply50 months
Hats off to this man showing class and character that seems to be disappearing in college sports
Reply50 months
That's just awesome--one of the things that makes you love college sports.
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what a Jack arse ?
Reply50 months
Good for him.
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That's pretty awesome i must say.
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Good gesture, his teammates should be out there as well..
Reply50 months
Good For Him. I think too many fail to recognize that this is amateur sport. Even though the "big" money all around has all but destroyed that categorization.
Reply50 months
Classy move.Character shines through.

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