Apologies for not getting this up sooner. You may have seen the news this week?
- Florida will score at least 28 points. Florida scored 10. Wrong.
- Both teams will score in double digits. Thanks, Eddy! Right.
- A team will lead by double digits at some point in the second half. It was Arkansas! Right.
- Luke Del Rio will throw for at least 175 yards. Del Rio actually threw for 229 yards, which seems utterly absurd this far removed from last Saturday. Right.
- Del Rio will commit no more than two turnovers. He only threw two picks! Right.
- Jordan Scarlett will lead Florida in carries. Scarlett had five. This led all Gators. The running game should perhaps have been utilized more. Right.
- Scarlett will also lead Florida in rushing yards. Mark Thompson: Three carries, 19 yards. Wrong.
- At least one Florida running back will run for more than five yards per carry. Thompson went for 6.3 yards per carry, thanks to that long run on a third-down draw. Right.
- Antonio Callaway will lead Florida in yards per catch and receiving yards. Josh Hammond had him on yards per catch, but he did win on receiving yards. Wrong.
- Tyrie Cleveland will have a reception of more than 40 yards. I mean, he could have, but... Wrong.
- Florida will record at least two touchdown passes. Hahahahaha. Wrong.
- Florida will record rushing and passing touchdowns. Hahahahahahahaha. Wrong.
- Caleb Brantley will record a sack. Brantley had half a sack, which I’m not counting because I meant at least a full sack. Wrong.
- Florida will record at least three sacks. Just one. Wrong.
- Alex Anzalone and Jarrad Davis will combine for more than 15 tackles. A week after his gutsy performance against Georgia, Davis had one before leaving with an injury. Anzalone had eight before leaving with his injury. Wrong.
- Daniel McMillian will have at least three tackles. McMillian played about as much as he ever has as a Gator ... and had two tackles. Wrong.
- Quincy Wilson will make a big play. Don’t think so. Wrong.
- Florida will record at least one interception. Duuuuuuuuuke! Right.
- Florida will allow fewer than 280 yards. Is 466 fewer than 280? No? Rats. Wrong.
- Florida will allow fewer than 20 points. Ha. Wrong.
- Florida’s defense will allow fewer than 5.0 yards per play. Haha. Try 6.2. Wrong.
- Florida will force at least two turnovers. Just the one! Wrong.
- Florida will win the turnover battle. Not at all! Wrong.
- Florida will not trail in the fourth quarter. Florida did not lead in the fourth quarter. Wrong.
- Florida will win, 34-17. I wasn’t that far off on the margin... Wrong.
Last week: 7-for-25, 28 percent
Season to date: 97-for-200, 48.5 percent