Found September 23, 2012 on Football Nation:
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 Gator offense rushed for 200 yards displaying a balanced attack. Though the Wildcats offense never gave themselves a chance, gaining just 60 yards threw the air, the Gators played sound, team effort football crushing the wounded Wildcats 38-0.The BadTrailing in the head to head series 0-25 the Kentucky Wildcats automatically had their work cut out. But you add in the absence of starting quarterback Maxwell Smith and the rumors surrounding head coach Jasper Phillip's job security, the Wildcats had more than their share of distractions coming into Saturday's game in the Swamp. Gaining just 60 yards in ...
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