The best thing Florida quarterback Jeff Driskel did through the first seven games this season was hold onto the football, even if it was too long at times.
Driskel had just two turnovers before Saturday's debacle against Georgia.
He had four against the Bulldogs, mistakes that were critical in the 17-9 loss that likely cost the eighth-ranked Gators the Southeastern Conference's Eastern Division.
Driskel watched the game twice since and said Monday what everyone already knew.
''I can't turn it over four times myself,'' said Driskel, who hopes to bounce back Saturday against Missouri. ''Hopefully I got it out of my system. You've got to learn from mistakes. Got the mistakes out of the way, learn from them and try not to make the same mistakes again.''
The worst game of Driskel's career came at the worst time for Florida, which could have wrapped up a spot in the SEC title game.
But it also exposed several offensive weaknesses that had been somewhat masked during the team's undef...