Saturday, September 21 2013, 09:34 PM EDT
Gators Stomp Volunteers
The Florida Gators beat the Tennessee Volunteers
31-17 on Saturday, their ninth straight win in the rivalry. But the score doesn't really reflect
just how ugly the play was.
Jeff Driskel left the game in the first quarter with what looked to be an ankle injury. (He's out for the season.) On the play where he was injured, Driskel's pass was picked off by Devaun Swafford, who took it to the end zone from 38 yards out to give Tennessee a 7-0 lead. However, Tyler Murphy
came in and played well, going 8-14 for 134 yards and a touchdown, also
rushing for 84 yards and a touchdown.
The Vols were also playing a new quarterback, but Head Coach Butch Jones started Nathan Peterman over Justin Worley
by choice. That decision backfired big time for the Vols, as they only
amassed five passing yards in the first half while Peterman turned the
ball over four times. Worley finally replaced him, but by then it was
too late. The Vols finished with six turnovers and only 220 yards of
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