Kentucky vs. Florida: 5 Keys to the Game for the Gators

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Kentucky vs. Florida: 5 Keys to the Game for the Gators
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The last time the Gators hosted the Wildcats, Trey Burton scored six touchdowns.

No one really knows what position Trey Burton plays, but there's one thing for certain: He's a Wildcat killer. 

The 6'3", 228-pound junior cemented his name in the record books with six touchdowns in Florida's 48-14 home thrashing of Kentucky as a freshman. Last season, the multi-dimensional athlete was part of a 405-yard rushing attack that accounted for four touchdowns in another lopsided 48-10 win. 

As the Gators play host to the Wildcats Saturday, Burton's big-play ability once again should be key to Florida emerging with a blowout victory. 

Along with Big Play Trey, UF's pass defense will face another tough test, as the Wildcats lead the SEC in passing attempts, completions and yards. With Jelani Jenkins still sidelined by a fractured thumb, the Gators need Antonio Morrison to continue his stellar play on the weak side. 

Let's take a look at five keys to a Gators victory against the Wildcats. 

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