Posted September 24, 2012 on florida.scout.com
Coming into the game with Kentucky, the Florida Gators were hitting just 27 % on third down conversions. 11 of 41 just looks bad for that particular statistic. Saturday, things got going a little better and in the 38-0 swamping of Kentucky, the Gators were able to covert on 12 of 17, third down attempts in the game. Florida head coach Will Muschamp said the Gators executed better on Saturday.
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