All Florida Day didn't start off well for the Gators as the A-side was plagued by mental errors and some fundamental breakdowns in a loss to a talented and physical Golden Knights squad.
However, Sunday was a totally different day for the UFRFC.
The action got started as the Killer B's squared off against UCF's B-Side.
Playing their first 15s match, the crop of new Gators put on a dazzling performance.
Winger Paul Rice—no official relation to fellow teammate Jared Rice—showed off impressive speed and strength in getting the hat trick in the B-side's 49-10 victory.
Wayne Moss and Dourrian French also found the try zone in what was an excellent start of the 15s season for the B side.
The A-Side responded with a resounding victory of their own, blowing out FAU 50-10.
With Alex Healey at flyhalf, the Gators worked the ball better to their backline, particularly to center Jason Lentz.
The Gators did a solid job securing the rucks and everyone seemed to get in on the scoring action.
Hooker Ryan Carley had his best performance as a Gator, scoring his first three tries for A-side.
Rice, also known as "Junior", earned his Zulu after scoring off the weak side inside the 5-meter line.
Dourrian French came on as a sub at the flanker spot and scored his first A-side try off a nice pop pass from Rich McDonald.
The Gators will get back to work this week in preparation for a Friday night showdown against UNF in Jacksonville.