Greene in Georgia-Florida Hall of Fame

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- Florida's Doug Dickey and John L. Williams will join Georgia's David Greene and Charles Whittemore as the 2012 inductees into the Florida-Georgia Hall of Fame.

The ceremony will be held Oct. 26, the day before the two schools renew their rivalry in Jacksonville.

Dickey played for the Gators from 1951-53. He threw a touchdown and ran for one in UF's 21-7 win over the Bulldogs in 1953.

Williams, UF's seventh leading career rusher with 2,409 yards, played at UF from 1982-85 after a stellar prep career at Palatka. He was a member of the 1984 Gators squad that blanked UGa 27-0.

Greene left Georgia in 2004 as the nation's all-time winningest quarterback in NCAA Division I play with 42 victories, a record that no longer stands. Greene beat the Gators in his final try, a 31-24 triumph in 2004.

Whittemore never endured a loss to UF. Playing split end from 1968-70, Whittemore led the Bulldogs in receiving three years.

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