Sep 15, 2012; Knoxville, TN, USA; Florida Gators cheerleaders celebrate their team scoring against the Tennessee Volunteers during the second half at Neyland Stadium. Florida defeated Tennessee 37-20. Mandatory Credit: Jim Brown-US PRESSWIRE
25 predictions for Florida's second straight SEC road game.
Right. He completed exactly 70 percent of his passes, going 14-for-20.
Right. And the first one he threw was absolutely gorgeous.
Wrong. Driskel actually hasn't thrown a pick since tossing one against Kentucky last year.
Wrong. He had exactly 18 carries. I regret not writing "at least" here.
Wrong. Gillislee didn't score either of Florida's two rushing touchdowns on the night, with Trey Burton
Right. Gillislee broke 45-yard and 32-yard carries.
Right. In his second career 100-yard game, Gillislee had 115 yards on the ground.
Right. You may have noticed Trey Burton.
Wrong. Even adding Burton's and Omarius Hines' receptions, Florida's receivers fell short.
Wrong. Technically. Frankie Hammond Jr.'s 75-yard touchdown catch-and-run makes him the Gators' "leading receiver" in terms of yardage.
Right. Just Hammond's catch, though.
Wrong. Florida did almost score on itself, though!
Right. This was the prediction I felt best about, and the one I feel most vindicated by.
Wrong. I will reuse this every week until he does.
Wrong. Florida pressured Tyler Bray throughout, but only "sacked" him once.
Wrong. Matt Elam did, with 10 tackles.
Right. Hunter was held to 75 yards.
Right. Lerentee McCray and Elam each had an interception.
Wrong. Saunders nearly picked off a pass, but because I couldn't tell you when that was, I'm not going to count it as a "big" play.
Wrong. Morrison had a QB hurry and a tackle for loss, but neither was a "big" play.
Right. Debose nearly sunk the Gators by fumbling a pitch on the first offensive play, but his speed was part of why Burton's two touchdown runs worked.
Wrong. And happy to be!
Right. Thanks, Derrick Brodus!
Right. Easy money.
Right. Yeah, buddy.
Wrong. But whatever.
This Week: 13-for-25, 52 percent.
Season To Date: 38-for-75, 50.7 percent.