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NASHVILLE (AP) — Kelvin Taylor ran for a touchdown and Treon Harris threw for 215 yards and ran for two scores himself as the Florida Gators beat Vanderbilt 34-10 on Saturday night for their second straight win.

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Florida (5-3, 4-3) still must beat South Carolina and needs help in the Southeastern Conference’s Eastern Division. But the Gators kept their hopes alive for the East title while getting revenge against Vanderbilt for beating them last year on their own field for the first time since 1945. Florida has won 12 straight against the Commodores on their own field since its last loss here in 1988.

The Gators scored 24 straight points in taking control and also turned four turnovers into 13 points.

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With the loss, the Commodores (3-7, 0-6) snapped both a string of three straight bowl seasons and a 10-game winning streak in November.

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