#14 Florida Gators 38, NR Kentucky Wildcats 0

After a slow start, the Gators rolled the Wildcats in usual fashion, 38-0. In Kentucky’s defense, the Wildcats were without their starting QB. In Florida’s defense, the Gators kept their best offensive weapon, Trey Burton, off the field the entire game. Florida struggled early on against the SEC‘s top passing offense by letting the Wildcats gain more first downs and rushing yards. This does not bode well with LSU coming to town in a couple weeks. Jeff Driskel looked good despite forcing his first interception of the season.

Florida C/ATT YDS AVG TD INT
Driskel 18/27 203 7.5 1 1
Florida CAR YDS AVG TD LG
Gillislee 13 56 4.3 1 11
Jones 10 45 4.5 0 11

EDIT: On Sunday, the Gators moved up from #14 to #11. The game against LSU will be the Gators’ toughest test this season.

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