Florida Game Summaries

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  1. HackGolfer

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    Florida Game Summaries

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    Florida Game Summary

    The Gators win big... 58 - 27

    The Florida Gators walked away from Commonwealth Stadium in Kentucky with a 58-27 victory. What was impressive was Florida's new run scheme which netted them a total of 139 yards from scrimmage. QB T. Tebow utilized a vast number of receivers and hooked up for 2 scores by air. The Kentucky Wildcats were perplexed by the Gators defense all day. QB M. Hartline was pressured all day, and the Gators secondary came up big. Individual team leaders are listed below:

    FLORIDA GATORS

    Offense
    T. Tebow 16 comple - 21 attempts - 211 yards - 2 TD - 2 Iints
    J. Demps 22 carries - 117 yards - 1 TD
    R. Cooper 3 recep - 83 yards - 1 TD
    D. Nelson 1 recep - 18 yards - 1 TD

    Defense
    M. Wright 7 Tkls
    A. Black 7 Tkls
    B. Spikes 7 Tkls
    C. Dunlap 7 Tkls
    *4 forced fumbles

    KENTUCKY WILDCATS

    M. Hartline 17 comple - 22 attempts - 224 yards - 2 TDs - 2 Ints
    R. Cobb 5 recep - 124 yards
    D. Locke 24 carries - 103 yards

    GAME SUMMARY

    Florida Kentucky
    58 Score 27
    15 First Downs 11
    350 Total Offense 294
    32 - 139 - 2 Rushes - Yards - TDs 31 - 70 - 0
    16 - 21 - 2 Compl - ATT - TD 17 - 22 - 2
    211 Passing Yards 224
    4 - 9 (44%) 3rd Downs 3 - 10 (30%)
     
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    Florida Game Summary (Simmed Game)

    FL 49 -vs- Kentucky 0

    This game was simmed due to Internet problems, which caused user to keep getting booted from the PSN network.
     
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    Florida Game Summary

    Florida 49 -vs- Missouri 21

    The Mizz Wildcats had their work cut out for them visiting the SWAMP. Whereas the Mizz offense attempted to keep the score close, the Florida offense was too much for the Wildcats. QB T. Tebow led the Florida offense with 14 completions-27 completions-167 yds-0 interceptions. The passing game allowed HB J. Demps to open up the running game and amass 25 carries for 111 yds and 3 TDs. In addition, the Wildcats stayed in a 3-3-5 defense which opened up the middle of the field for QB T. Tebow to operate. Ashtonishingly enough, the defense clampled down on the receivers but the pass rush allowed Tebow to consistently pick up rushing yards straight up the middle. The Wildcat defensive coordinator should have abandoned the 3-3-5 defense for something more stable...but didn't. The Florida receivers WR R. Cooper had 3 receptions for 45, while D. Parks had 4 receptions for 44 yards. This game was won in the trenches as the offensive line allowed both HB J. Demps and QB T. Tebow to compile 190 rushing yards from scrimmage, while each scoring 3 TDs. The Wildcat run defense needs alot of work as the defensive ends each give up crucial yardage in crucial times. The Wildcats should switch to a 4-3 defense, mainly start using zone coverage to allow for help at weaker positions. Until this is done, offenses wont have any problems moving the ball on the ground and attacking this team. Heaven help them if a scrambling QB, like Pryor, is on their schedule!
     
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    T2 Smarter than your average bear!

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    LOL the Mizzou Wildcats... lmfao... they are the tigers.. hahah
     
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    My bad...

    of course I meant the Mizzou Tigers...just wanted to see if all the Kentucky fans were paying attention (lol)......
     
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    Fuming Mad...

    Maybe I should wait until I calm down before I write up this "game" (if you want to call it that) summary. Let me say that I want to start this summary by stating I want to change my team to LSU (not really). Why, because they have a QB that doesn't make any mistakes, that you can't get any pressure on, and a HB that single-handedly will run through your defense at will. I ran 4-3, 4-4, Nickel, hell...I even through a dime at him to get more defenders on the field. This guy was too much for the "supposedly" top rated Florida defense. He has uncanny ability at breaking takles ((96), and an uncanny knack for finding the whole...which by itself is remarkable since his awareness is only 73. LSU running game coupled with computer assists in making me fumble in crucial times led the Tigers to a 41-21 blowout. The Tigers played a flawless games, no interceptions (not that my secondary catches em' any way), no fumbles, no penalties...no type of turnovers...again, I say yea right! The Gators QB T. Tebow could not play up under center (I tried manuevering my OFF line to crimp down, shift, and even tried pulling but to no avail...their pass rush is too fast for you to get anything going, which forces you into the Shotgun. I has success running the ball until (again) the cpu assisted LSU and hurt my running back and his replacement (that is when they were not fumbliing the ball). In total there were 4 fumbles (2 in the red zone and one on a punt). Yea, I couldn't believe myself when the Gators finally forced the OFF into a punt in the 3rd QTR...that is not a typo...the 3RD QTR! I was astonished at seeing TE diving in the air catching passes I can't get my WRs to do...and in traffic around 3 defenders. HB C. Scott averaged 8.4 yds a carry against what I thought was a solid defense...that was unthinkable and just downright wrong! The Florida passing attack was simply shut-down for the day as none of the receivers had over 30 yds...plum pitiful. HB J. Demps led all RCVRs with 10 catches for 83 yds (the only thing LSU or should I say the cpu was allowing). QB T. Tebow had 5 interceptions (and this performance will probably take him out of Heisman contention)...and these were short routes to WR on open curl routes or QB T. Tebow throwing the ball way in front or way in back of the receiver (good thing his awareness and accurracy is not high...oh wait a minute, IT IS HIGH!). LSU 3rd down conversion was 17-19...yep, they only missed 2 3rd downs. I realize that playing in Tiger stadium attributed to alot of what went on during this game, but come on...this was one sided and fixed when my Gators even left the players tunnel. So to all other coaches who have LSU on their schedules, I suggest conducting a practice to where you can shut down the run game. Try practicing using PLAY NOW and selecting LSU and your team and doing a full game, this should really benefit you....no wait, that's what I did...I know, have someone kidnap HB C. Scott or snipe him from the stands...that may help, but I really doubt it!
     
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    Florida Game Summaries - Week 7

    Florida-31 -vs- Arkansas-7

    After a disappointing week 6 against a stout LSU team, QB T. Tebow and fellow Gators were anxious to hit the field against an incoming Arkansas Razorback team. The Gators followed their game plan to perfection in this game. Whereas, QB T. Tebow completed 23 of 36 passes for 331 yards and 2 TDs, while not throwing a single pick. Additionally, the Gator General picked up 39 yds on 15 carries with 1 rushing TD. The Gators footwork was handled by HB J. Demps (12-59-1 TD) and WR Cooper (13-42 yds-0 TD). Complimenting QB T. Tebow in the air was his own "Air Force" squad of receivers. WR C. Moore has 8 catches for 130 yards, while WR D. Thompson caught 3 passes for 58 yds and finding the endzone once. Arkansas couldn't find an answer for the HB pass out the backfield, as HB J. Demps amassed 3 catches for 37 yards and 1 TD. While the Gators worked on alot of new schemes and practices, one of the main concerns they wanted to address and shut-down this week was an opponents running game. They held the Razorbacks to under 50 yds rushing the entire game. Between playing in the Swamp, and passing game hitting on all points, and a determined General
    (QB T. Tebow) the Arkansas team was well outmatched and noticibly out of their comfort zone. While this is a good win, there is still much that needs to be improved that Head Coach Renegade-Ice stated they would work on in practice this week, as they get ready for a grueling game in Jacksonville Fl, against a deadly GA Bulldogs team and Coach Droweezy.
     
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    Florida Game Summary - Week 8

    Florida Gators 32 - Mississippi State Bulldogs 24
    From Starkville, Mississippi

    The Florida Gators put on an impressive show in Starkville MS, where the Gators walked away with a 32-24 victory of the Mississippi State Bulldogs. The game was a tug-of-war battle pretty much the entire day, with QBs T. Tebow (FL) and QB T. Lee (Miss St) each putting on a stout aerial performance. In the end, it was the Gators running game that enabled the Gators to open up their passing game. The Gators had trouble finding open receivers in the zone coverage, whereas adjustments after the half proved fatal for the Bulldogs. QB T. Tebow amassed 317 yards, while completing 19 of 36 passes for 2 TDs. Additionally, he gained 28 yards on the ground with 4 scrambles. The OFF line played superbly, as the lightening quick, HB J Demps gained 159 yards on the ground with 19 carries and 2 TDs. HB J Demps complimented the Gators running game by accruing 226 receiving yards with 13 receptions and 1 TD. WR D Parks got in on the action with 45 yards on 4 receptions and 1 TD. Mississippi State QB T Lee had 223 yards completing 15 of 28 passes and throwing 1 TD. The Bulldog running game wasn't as fortunate, as HB A. Dixon had 10 carries for 29 yards and 1 TD. Leading the way with success in the air, was WR T Davis who had 100 yards on 3 receptions and 1 TD. Bulldogs WR C Bumphis had 60 yards on 4 receptions. The Bulldogs outside defense is suspect at best, immediate needs have to be the LB and CB positions. However, this team will give any team a horrid time on the field and is not to be taken lightly.

    Player of the Game:

    HB J Demps: 19 carr - 159 yds - 2 TDs rushing; 13 recv - 226 yds - 1 TD receiving
     
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    Florida Game Summary - Week 9

    Too little, too late was the story behind the Florida Gators 27-14 loss in Jacksonville FL to the Georgia Bulldogs. Before a sold-out crowd of screaming fans, the Florida Gators faced technical problems throughout the game (my controller was broke, but didn't want to hold up league). The very first series of the game, GA QB Gray threw a 67 yd TD pass to WR K Durham (in 3 years he has 1 TD). NOTE: Whichever player I clicked on would just stop running and this allowed the receiver to get some separation...hence the 4th receiver scoring. In the 2nd Quarter threating a TD, HB J. Demps coughs up the ball on the 4 yd line. The Bulldogs advance the ball down the field (Gators could only play 4-3 defense entire game, controller wouldn't allow me to utilze or move the directional pad) and QB Gray threw his second TD of the day to WR Moore for 28 yds. After banging the controller on the table, some semblance of control was restored back the Coach Renegade-Ice and the Gators, as they marched back down the field and QB T. Tebow found WR Thompson streaking across the endzone for a TD. In the 3rd Qtr, Fr. relief TB Thomas found the endzone on a 7 yd dart from scrimmage. The Gators then went to their running game where they found success (after a whole lot of bangin of the controller on the table). The Gator drive culminated with 3 yd scamper of QB T. Tebow into the endzone for a TD. In the 4th Qtr, the Gators had the opportunity of pulling to within 1 TD with 3 mins to play, when the K missed a field goal. In turn, the GA offense drove to within FG range and made a 37 yd FG...this put the game out of reach with under a minute to play and down by 10 points. But the Gators were pumped and they had hope in their eyes...that is, until HB J. Demps put the ball back on the ground...again...for a fumble that the GA Bulldogs recovered...that iced the cake, and the GA Bulldogs ran out the clock.

    I'ts important to note that the GA Bulldogs played a well coached game. They limit their turnovers by accurate passing and good ball control by their General QB Gray. They limit their turnovers by conservatively executing plays...theirs no gamble in this coach...straight by the book! Come prepared to play football when you meet up with this team! Again, congrats GA Bulldogs and Coach Droweezy for a splendid win.
     
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    Florida Game Summaries - Week 10

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    Florida Gators 48 -vs- Vanderbilt Commodores 27
    Live from the Swamp (Bill Hill Griffin Stadium, Gaineville FL)

    A long hard road, is what Coach Renegade-Ice used to describe the Gators task of reacquring top bowl consideration after the devastating loss to the Georgia Bulldogs and Coach Droweezy. The Gators played host to the Commodores in a sold out swamp of a stadium. Expectations were running high for the Gators in this game, and they wasted no time. The Gators came out of the tunnel ready to play, and it showed in the opening drive as QB Tim Tebow led the Gators down the field on an impressive 9-play drive that culminated in Tebow running it in for a TD from the 1 yard line. The Gator's OFF Coordinator did a spendid job keeping the Commodores DEF guessing all game with a nice mixture of plays and blocking schemes. The 2nd Qtr, opened with a fumble by the Gator's FB, with the Commodores recovering. Two plays later, Commodore QB L. Smith found WR J. Green in the back of the endzone for a strike and got the TD. Following the pursuing kickoff, HB Jeff Demps busted up the middle for a 47 yard scamper and the Gators second TD of the day. Not to be outdone, the Commodores, got good field position on the bad kickoff. Three plays later, QB L. Smith took advantage of the Gator DEF miscommunication and tossed another bullet finding WR J. Wheeler for a 67 yard strike and second TD of the day. With time running out in the half, Return Specialist HB Rainey got a block and took the pursuing kickoff back to the 50 yard line. With under a minute left in the half, HB Jeff Demps again found daylight and advanced the ball to the 20 yard line. Florid called timeout with 35 seconds remaining. The next play found QB Tim Tebow hooking up with TE D. Parks for a 14 yard TD. In the 3rd Qtr, both teams settled in and Florida's DEF took over.

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    The Pouncey tiwis shut down the running game to where the Commodores had to rely on their passing game entirely too much. The 4th Qtr, found Florida running the clock down and getting 2 additional scores...HB Jeff Demps 4 yd run and QB Tim Tebow's 2 yd run. This win came at a good time, in where the Gators are still in the hunt for a prestigious bowl to attend and win!
     
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    Florida Game Summary - Week 10 [contiinued]

    Individual stats for the game are as follows:

    QB Tim Tebow had 148.9 QB rating as he completed 17 of 27 passes for 237 yards, 2 TDs and no INTs

    HB Jeff Demps had 21 carries for 136 yards, averaging 6.4 yds a carry and 2 TDs; he had 6 catches for 60 yards, no TDs.

    TE Parks led all receivers with 5 catches for 60 yards and 1 TD

    The Pouncey Twins combined for a total of 12 tackles

    NOTE: Gator's Internal "Game Ball" goes was awarded to HB Jeff Demps for his outstanding performance. Join us in congratulating his success!
     
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    Florida Game Summary - Week 11 Update

    Florida Gators 45 - South Carolina Gamecocks 14
    Live from Williams-Brice Stadium located in Columbia, South Carolina

    [​IMG][​IMG]Words could not describe the utterly humiliation and embarrassment the Gamecocks experienced at the hands of the Florida Gators. Just look at the inset photo...Steve Spurrier may always be a Gator in his heart...but somebody ought to tell the actual Florida Gator Football Team. The Gators entered Williams-Brice Stadium with a isolated and determined look and feel, especially with the GA Bulldogs loss still fresh in their minds. QB Tim Tebow finished the day completing 31 of 44 passes for 398 yards and 3 TDs, posting an astonishing 168.9 QB rating. He additionally carried the ball for 12 yards and finding the endzone once for a TD. His counterparts HB C. Rainey and HB J. Demps combined for 126 yards on 22 carries and totalling 2 TDs. WR D Nelson used this game as an opportunity to introduce himself to the Gamecocks...and what an introduction! He finished the game with 9 receptions and 122 yards and finding the endzone for 1 TD. Defensive standouts include J. Haden and A. Jones who both had 5 tackles.

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    The Gamecocks struggled the entire game. QB S. Garcia finished the game with 15 completions out of 31 attempts with 196 yards and 1 TD. The running game feared no better, as HB B. Maddox found little daylight as the Gator's J. Haden & A. Jones consistently applied pressure all day. HB Maddox finished with 52 yards on 15 carries and no TDs.

    Players of the Game:
    Gators: QB Tim Tebow (31 completions - 44 attempts - 398 yards - 3 TDs; 8 carries - 12 yards - 1 TD)
    Gamecocks: QB S. Garcia (15 completions - 31 attempts - 196 yards - 1 TD; 3 carries - 12 yards - 0 TD)
     
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    Florida Game Summary - Week 12 Update

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    Florida Gators 70 -vs- Florida International Univ Golden Panthers 10
    Live from Ben-Hill Griffin Stadium (The Swamp), Gainesville, Florida

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    Before a capacity crowd of screaming and yelling Gators fans, the Gators demoralized the FIU Golden Panthers by beating them 70-10 in a rainy Gainesville, Florida. There was more scoring in the 1st quarter of this game by the Gators, than I had seen almost all year long. The opening drive set the pace for this entire game, as QB Tim Tebow marched the Gators down the field and scored their first TD by hitting WR Riley Cooper darting across the middle for a 18 yard TD pass. The Golden Panthers were unsuccessful in figuring out the Gators offense all day, as was evident in their 70-10 whopping. Consistently being limited to 3-in, 3-out, the Gators second possession resulted in a HB Jeff Demps 4 yard TD run. The Panthers fared no better on their 3rd possession of the game, as QB McCall optioned the pitch to Gator All-American MLB Brandon Spikes, who returned the fumble for a 36 yard TD and gave the Gators a 21-0 lead. The Panthers next possession was a little more successful as they marched down to the 3 yard line, but was unsuccessful in getting into the endzone. While going for it on 4th down, the Gators defense came up big again and stopped them on the 8 yard line. Upon the Gators taking over, QB Tim Tebow hit HB Jeff Demps out the backfield for a 91 yard scamper down the sideline for a TD, and giving Demps his 2nd TD of the day and making the game 28-0 in the 1st quarter. In the 2nd quarter, the Gators had no trouble moving the ball and scored their 5th and 6th TD when QB Tim Tebow found WR David Nelson for a 7 yard TD strike, and again for a 9 yard TD strike across the middle.

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    At the half, the game was well in hand as the Gators were up 42-3. After a bone-jarring...or should I say yelling...by the Panther's coach, the FIU attempted to shut down the Gators defense in the 3rd quarter...unsuccessfully...and with 4:19 remaining in the quarter HB Jeff Demps broke away for a 36 yard dash and his 3rd TD of the game. The 4th quarter found the Gators trying to take a more conservative game plan by running the ball, but FIU couldn't shut them down on the ground as well. With 4:56 in the quarter, HB Jeff Demps scored his 4th TD as he rumbled for a 2 yard score. He followed that up by running for another 4 yards and finding the endzone for his 5th score...and yet amazingly still, while trying to run the clock out, FIU defense fell asleep as the Gator's OFF line opened up a hole that HB Jeff Demps darted through for an 11 yard Gator score, and his 6th TD of the day. This game was lopsided from the onset as the Gators used this game to practice a new defense scheme and new offensive plays that were inserted into the playbook just a few hours before kickoff today. The Gators showed a glimpse of what they will be incorporating in the next coming weeks and in the bowl game. The FIU Panthers, while strong at heart, still have a long way to go within their football program. I'm sure they will rebluild this proram in to a 6A program utilizing recruiting and game play.

    QB Comparison
    FLA: QB Tim Tebow - 189.4 QB rating - 19 completions - 33 attempts - 361 yards - 4 TDs/6 carries - 55 yards
    FIU: QB P. McCall - 94.1 QB rating - 19 completions - 43 attempts - 243 yards - 0 TDs/9 carries - -39 yards

    HB Comparison
    FLA: HB Jeff Demps - 17 carries - 130 yards -5 TDs/2 receptions - 94 yards - 1 TD
    FIU: HB D. Owens - 19 carries - 44 yards - 0 TDs

    WR Comparison
    FLA: WR T. Lawrence - 7 receptions - 105 yards - 0 TDs/WR David Nelson - 5 receptions - 79 yards - 2 TDs
    FIU: WR E. Dix - 6 receptions - 95 yards - 0 TDs/WR K. Berry - 4 receptions - 66 yards - 0 TDs

    Defensive Standouts:
    FLA: SS A. Black - 11 Tkls - 4 TFL - 3 Sacks/D. Finley 9 Tkls - 2 TFL
    FIU: A. Parker - 11 Tkls/A. Warthen - 9 Tkls - 1 TFL


    Players of the Game:
    FLA: HB Jeff Demps
    FIU: QB P. McCall
     
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    Florida Game Summary - 2009 AT&T Cotton Bowl

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    2009 AT&T COTTON BOWL

    Florida 70 -vs- Kansas State 9

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    Congratulations, Florida Gators
    2009 AT&T Cotton Bowl Winners
     
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    Dangum!!! where was K-STATE doing the whole game
     
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    Running after Jeff Demps and my slot receiver...my running game has taken on a whole new meaning...can't wait to try it out in our next season!
     
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    Florida Game Summaries (Year 2)

    Week 1
    Florida Gators 49 -vs- Miami University Redhawks 30
    Live from Ben-Hill Stadium (The Swamp), Gainesville, Florida

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    Looking forward to starting the new year out with a bang, the Gators climbed aboard their prize steed, HB Jeff Demps, and rode him to a 49-30 thrashing of the visiting Miami University Redhawks. Right from the onset with 5:39 remaining in the 1st quarter, HB Jeff Demps took the handoff from QB John Brantley and scampered to a 20 yard TD. The preceeding kickoff the Redhawks were able to finally get into the endzone with 1:29 remaining in the 1st quarter when Redhawk's QB Scherpenberg connected with WR Robinson for a 7 yard TD, and making the score 7-7. The very next play, the Gators immediately answered back when WR Deonte Thompson returned the kickoff 94 yards, as the Swamp erupted in cheer...thus, making the score 14-7. In the 2nd quarter, it was the Redhawks that struck first, when QB Scherpenberg found WR D. Putter for a 14 yard toss for a TD, but the extra point was wide right and no good making the score 14-13. Not to be outdone, the ensuing kickoff, WR Deonte Thompson, again punished the Redhawks by returning the kickoff 96 yards unscathed into the endzone (followed by a successful 2 point conversition)...needless to say the Swamp erupted with the a score of 22-13 in favor of the Gators. Still in the 2nd quarter, the Miami Redhawks sustained a long drive and were able to find pay dirt when QB Scherpenber found TE J. Miller in the endzone for 7 points and successfully making the extra point, while making the score 22-20. On the ensuing kickoff, the Gators settled into their offense and drove the ball the length of the field, where QB John Brantley culminated the drive by scoring on an 7 yard option scramble, the offense again decided to go for 2 points in making it a possession game an were successful, thus making the score 30-20. A costly turnover by the Redhawks late in the 2nd quarter, gave the Gators good field position where they took advantage by unleashing HB Jeff Demps in the redzone and punching it in for a 2 yard run, and making the score 36-20. With time running out in the half, the Redhawks were able to get capitalize on a 38 yard field goal, making the score 36-23.

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    With the start of the 3rd quarter, each team's defense settled in and it soon became a game of field position as the teams each punted possessions away for better field position. Going into the 4th quarter, the Gator offensive line surged forward and allowed HB Jeff Demps to run for a 6 yard TD, and after a failed 2 point conversion the score was 42-23. A costly turnover in the form of interception by CB Haden, gave the ball right back to the Gators within field goal range. However, with HB Jeff Demps, all that was unnecessary...as he again found his way to the endzone for a 4th time by punching it with a 4 yard dash and a successful extra point kick...making the score 49-23. With 2:05 left in the 4th, the Redhawks HB D. Green punched it in from the 1 yard line, and with the extra point the score remained the rest of the game at 49-30.

    Gator's Stats:
    QB John Brantley - 11 completions -18 attempts -195 yds - 0 TDs, 1 INT; 13 carries - 55 yds - 1 TD.
    HB Jeff Demps - 23 carries - 140 yards - 4 TDs;
    WR T. Lawrence - 6 receptions - 60 yards

    Players of the Game:

    Florida: HB Jeff Demps (23- 140-4 TDs; 1 recep - 3 yards)
    Miami: QB Scherpenberg (29 compl -46 attempts - 384 yds - 3 TDs)
     
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    Week 2
    Florida Gators 34 -vs- Texas A&M Aggies 17
    Live from Ben-Hill Stadium (The Swamp), Gainsville, Florida

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    In what was billed as a revenge rematch from last year, the Gators were anxious to redeem themselves and their 40-7 thrashing by the Aggies a year ago. It was this game, that took the Gators out of the top 10 in the BCS rankings. Well, the Gators wasted no time as they won the kickoff and elected to kick off to the Aggies, and were successful in holding them to 3-in-and-out. Upon receiving the ball, QB John Brantley led the Gators on an aerial assault that culminated with him hookiing up with TE Hernandez for a 17 yard TD, and making the score 7-0. In the second quarter, both defenses settled in and it soon became of game in the trenches, with Gator HB Jeff Demps posting 21 carries for 75 yards and the 3 Aggie HBs posting a combined 60 yards on 27 attempts. WR J. Fuller led all Aggie receivers with 4 receptions for 56 yards, while the Gator receiving corps WR T. Lawrence (5 rec - 60 yards), TE Hernandez (4 rec - 47 yds - 2 TDs) found success in passes from QB John Brantley. WR D. Thompson and HB Chris Rainey were both pulled from the game after they suffered mild injuries, but the coach didn't want to risk further harmful injury to either of them. With their lead WR and half of their running game out, the Gators adopted a conservative medium pass-range offense. Only when Gator QB John Brantley tried to stretch what the defense had given him did he throw a pick that was returned for a TD, and making the score 7-7 ending the 2nd quarter.

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    In the 3rd quarter, the Gators defense went to work, as So FS Dee Finley had 2 INTs, while Sr CB Joe Haden added an additional INT, making the total 3 on the day! Upon the offense taking over, the Gator offense looked to get HB Jeff Demps involved more in the passing game...and boy did they ever. HB Demps and QB John Brantley hooked up for a 72 yard strike, as Brantley hit Demps in stride cutting across the middle. With this score, and subsequent FG by the Gators, the score was 17-10 going into the 4th quarter. In the 4th quarter, the Gators struck again with QB Brantley finding WR Debose for a 41 yard toss in the corner of the endzone making the score 24-10. With time running out in the game, the Aggies were forced to abandon their running attack, which enabled the Gators to go into their DIME packages and Cover 2 and 3 options out of the 4-3. A costly interception, led to Gator QB John Brantley hooking up with TE Hernandez for a 20 yard TD strike and making the score 28-10. The Aggies answered back with a drive that culminated in a score when HB Stevens punched it in from 6 yards, and making the score 28-17. The preceding drive, the Aggies held the Gators to a FG making the score 34-17. With less than 30 seconds remaining the Aggies, gracefully ran the clock out. It's important to note that the Aggie team played with heart and sportsmanship throughout this game. I congratulate the coach on a well coached and played game, and wish him much continued success within the league...go Fpuent and Texas A&M!

    Players of the Game:

    Florida: QB John Brantley (14 completions - 21 attempts - 272 yards - 4 TDs)
    Texas: DE M. Ebbitt (4 Tackles [4 TFLs] - 2 sacks)
     
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    Week 3
    SEC RIVALRY GAME
    Florida Gators 31 -at- Tennessee Volunteers 9
    Live from Neyland Stadium, Knoxville, Tennessee

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    In a sold out capacity crowd of 102,037, the Florida Gators hit the field hyped and excited about the rivalry game here in Knoxville. The Gators stingy defense held the Volunteers to 9 points, while the high powered offense amassed 31 points behind the arm of QB John Brantley. Brantley completed the day with 19 completions out of 41 attempts for 377 yards, 1 TD and no INTs, while running for an additional TD. Complimenting QB Brantley was his wideouts WR Hammond (7 receps for 149 yds) and WR D. Thompson (5 receptions for 123 yds). SS Ahmad Black led the DEF with 9 tkls, while LB Wright had 7 tackles and 1 INT. The Gators were excited and pumped up coming off that impressive win against the Texas A&M Aggies a week prior.

    Players of the Game:

    Florida: QB John Brantley (19-41-377-1 TD; 13 carries-32 yards-1 TD)
    Tenn: RE Ben Martin (8 Tackles, 4 sacks)
     
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    Week 4
    Florida Gators 42 -vs- Kentucky Wildcats 21
    Live from Ben-Hill Griffin Stadium (The Swamp), Gainesville, Florida

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    Pumped about their 3-0 season start, the Gators took the field in hopes of establishing their defensive presence early and they did not disappoint the screaming fans at The Swamp. With the Wildcats winning the coin toss, the Gators held the Cats to 3-in-and-out and were able to register their first sack of the day in their initial drive. The Gators took possession of the ball and it appeared it would be a game won in the trenches of the offensive and defensive lines. Each team was unable to advance the ball to an advantage in the 1st quarter and the score remained 0-0 going into the 2nd quarter.

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    As the 2nd quarter got underway, the Gators unleashed their running game as HB Jeff Demps found open field on the left side and ran for a 46 yard gain to the 2 yard line. The next play he punched it in from the 2 yard line giving the Gators a 7-0 lead, and his first TD of the day. Unable to sustain a meaningful drive in heir next possession, Kentucky was forced to punt the ball to a waiting HB Chris Rainey who turned the punt upfield for a nice 22 yard gain. With 2:02 remaining in the 2nd quarter, Fr sensation QB Jordan Reed found WR Deonte Thompson for a 6 yard TD pass, and after the extra point the score was 14-0 and remained that going into halftime.

    As the 3rd quarter began, Kentucky RE W. Ukwu scored on a busted option play, in which Gator QB Jordan Reed fumbled the ball into his hands and he made his way down the field for a 20 yard TD return, and making the score 14-7 in favor of the Gators. "Never wake a sleeping giant", and this is exactly what Kentucky had done on that fumble return for TD. With the ensuing kickoff, QB Jordan Reed picked the Kentucky secondary to shreds as he managed to advance the Gators to the 1 yard line, where he punched it in on a option play and made the score 21-7 entering in the 4th quarter.

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    In the 4th quarter, the Kentucky offense found the Gator defense sleeping as Wildcat QB M. Hartline found WR Gholson for a 7 yard TD strike, making the score 21-14. Yet, not to be outdone, the Gator offense went to work and WR Deonte Thompson scored on a 44 yard TD pass from QB Jordan Reed after Reed scrambled from the pocket and found Thompson wide open on the left side of the field. With the score now being 28-14 (Gators), Wildcat QB M Hartline and WR Gholson hooked up again for their 2nd TD pass of the day and made the score 28-21. At this point, the sleeping giant woke up and the Gators started playing shut-down defense. With the Gators forcing Kentucky to punt the ball late in the 4th quarter, the Gators went to their running game and HB Chris Rainey. In keeping the drive alive and run down the clock, QB Jordan Reed found WR Deonte Thompson for a 8 yard TD strike and after the extra point the score was 35-21 in favor or the Gators. Again a costly INT put the Gators at the 49 yard line where QB Jordan Reed hooked up with RB Chris Rainey down the middle for a 49 yard TD strike, as the Kentucky defense came with an all-out blitz. This made the score 42-21, and remained that way throughout the end of the game.

    GAME STATS

    Passing
    Florida: QB Jordan Reed (Passing: 16-23-304-4 TDs-1 INT); (Rushing: 5-16-1 TD) [5 Total TDs]
    Kentucky: QB M. Hartline - 26-40-247-2 TDs-1 INT; 3 - (-13) yds

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    Florida: HB Jeff Demps (22 carr - 102 yds -1 TD) /(
    HB Chris Rainey (4 carr - 26 yds -0 TDs)/(1 recep - 49 yds - 1 TD)
    Kentucky: HB C. Williams - 18-43-0 TDs

    Receiving
    Florida: WR Deonte Thompson - 12 rece - 216 yds - 3 TDs
    Kentucky: WR J. Gholson - 6-65-2 TDs

    Defense
    Florida: DE Chris Dunlap - 10 tkls - 2 sacks
    Kentucky: DE C. Ukwu - 11 tkls - 4 sacks

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    Florida Gators: WR Deonte Thompson (12 recep - 216 yds - 3 TDs)
    Kentucky Wildcats: DE C. Ukwu (11 tkls - 4 sacks)
     
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    Year 3, Game 2
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