Taylor said Gillislee took a camp screen pass 80 yards in "less than two seconds." ... "He got ghost. ... You can't see a ghost, can you?"— Bryan Holt (@Bryan_Holt) September 12, 2012
Of course, that's probably not possible, literally speaking.
@bryan_holt this dude sayin gilly got a sub-1 second forty time.....dayyyuuummmm— Not Greg Luca (@NotGregLuca) September 13, 2012
But the Gators' running back, the focal point of the Florida offense, hasn't done much of anything against Tennessee in his career. In three previous meetings with the Vols, Gillislee has eight carries for 27 yards — and all of those carries and yards (and two touchdowns) came in 2010. Here's how he racked them up:
4th and 1, Tennessee 43: No gain
1st and Goal, Tennessee 4: Two yards 2nd and Goal, Tennessee 2: Two yards, touchdown
1st and 10, Tennessee 25: Two yards 1st and 10, Tennessee 40: 11 yards, first down 2nd and Goal, Tennessee 5: Five yards, touchdown
1st and 10 at Tennessee 40: One yard 1st and 10, Florida 40: Four yards
That's a lot of failures on first down and a stop on fourth down. And, sure, Gilly was not the featured back then, but it's still not a lot of success. He's going to need to improve on that to get Florida a win on Saturday.