Found September 23, 2012 on The Belly of the Beast:
Florida 38, Kentucky 0Due to an injury to Maxwell Smith, Morgan Newton made his first, and probably last, appearance of 2012, throwing all the interceptions, but not incompletions, that Smith would have thrown.  Newton finished 7-21, 48 yards, 3 INTs and finished behind Fig Newtons in a harsh, but fair Twitter poll rating the best Newtons. With Newton's confidence sufficiently shattered, Kentucky can turn its attention to the Vanderbilt game on November 3rd, because that's the only chance they have at not pulling an Ed Orgeron/Houston Nutt/Bobby Johnson and going 0-8 in the conference.  I take that back.  Until Tennessee proves their defense can handle a career wide receiver playing quarterback, I guess the Wildcats still have a shot at winning two conference games. Ole Miss 39, Tulane 0After the last two seasons, I supposed it's a bit greedy if I take to complaining about a 39-0 win over a D-I team, or really, any team, BUT THAT'S WHAT I'M ABOUT TO DO.  After ...

Video: Gators React to Win

The Gators' win streak against Kentucky continues after a 38-0 shutout victory over the Wildcats Saturday. The Florida defense caused plenty of problems for Kentucky quarterback Morgan Newton, who threw three interceptions. One of those picks was to Gator linebacker Michael Taylor, who grabbed one of Newton's passes last year as well.

Kentucky at Florida: The Good, The Bad & The Ugly

The Good  The Florida Gators came back home after two road wins to put together a solid performance against a struggling Kentucky Wildcats team (1-3). Gator starting quarterback Jeff Driskel has continued to improve since the opening of the season leading the Gators to a 4-0 start along with two big road wins. Saturday, Driskel went 18 of 27, for 203 yards and 1 touchdown as the...
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