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Going 11-for-25 is slightly John Brantley-ish.
I ... did not do well on these.
Right. Driskel completed 18 of 27 throws, or 66.7 percent of his passes.
Wrong. Driskel threw one touchdown pass.
Wrong. Driskel threw his first interception of the year late in the first half.
Right. Gillislee toted the rock just 13 times.
Right. Gilly got in on a one-yard plunge in the second quarter.
Wrong. His long carry of the day went for 11 yards.
Wrong. Gillislee didn't play in the fourth quarter, and finished with 56 yards.
Wrong. Patton didn't record a carry.
Wrong. Even counting Omarius Hines as a wide receiver would only get the wideouts close to 150 yards.
Right. Reed tied for the team lead in catches with three. HE SHOULD HAVE HAD FOUR, THOUGH.
Wrong. So, so, so, so, so, so, so, so, so, so wrong.
Wrong. Florida went three-and-out on its first two possessions.
Right. Kentucky punted six times.
Wrong. Just gonna keep being wrong, I suppose.
Wrong. Florida failed to record a sack.
Wrong. Omar Hunter did, with eight tackles, and got named the SEC Defensive Lineman of the Week for his efforts.
Right. Florida conceded 219 yards to the Wildcats.
Right. The Gators intercepted three passes in the first half.
Right. I suppose a pick counts.
Wrong. Morrison had just two tackles on the day.
Wrong. McCray didn't record a tackle or a sack, but he definitely had at least one hurry.
Right. Florida held a 24-0 lead.
Right. Zero < 17.
Wrong. Sturgis made a 28-yarder, but had a 39-yard field goal partially blocked.
Right. Easiest pick of the week.
Wrong. Not particularly close.
This Week: 11-for-25, 44 percent.
Season To Date: 49-for-100, 49 percent.