When the Florida Gators hosted the Kentucky Wildcats over the weekend, a game which the Gators won, 45-7, a group of former Florida stars were honored.
The Gators welcomed the back-to-back national championship teams from 2006 and 2007 to the game to serve as the honorary Mr. Two Bits as they led the rowdy crowd in the long-standing tradition during pre-game festivities.
Check out the video below:
Mr. Two Bits is a tradition that dates back to 1949 when George Edmondson, Jr. created the cheer. Edmondson led the cheer from 1949 until 2008 and the tradition has carried on.
The Mr. Two Bits cheer can be seen below:
All for the Gators Stand up and holler!