MIAMI GARDENS, Fla. -- Florida's 21-16 loss at Miami on Saturday won't go down in the record books as Gators junior quarterback Jeff Driskel's finest moment.
Based on comments on social media after the game, some free advice to Driskel: stay off Twitter for a few days.
Sure, Driskel threw for a career-high 291 yards Saturday, but he threw two interceptions in the red zone and lost a fumble that led to a Miami touchdown.
And the Gators lost a game they had ample opportunities to win.
Still, while Driskel's critics had a feeding frenzy in the wake of Florida's loss to the Hurricanes, those critics were outside Florida's locker room.
"If you point one finger, you've got three fingers pointing right back at you," Florida linebacker Michael Taylor said. "So before you point a finger at somebody else, you've got to point a finger at yourself.
"We're a team. We're not an offense; we're not a defense. Execution was very poor today. We didn't make plays at the right time for us to come...