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Mike Gillislee tries to break free from tacklers during an Oct. 27 game against Georgia
Overall Game Grade: C
Once again, some weaknesses to Florida's offense were exposed. The Gators' inability to establish a formidable passing attack separates them from the nation's title contenders—as was evident in this afternoon's game against the Ragin' Cajuns. Florida's rushing attack even sputtered a bit today, and we would likely be talking about one of college football's biggest upsets if it weren't for their special teams.
Q - 4 B
Florida's first drive of the fourth quarter was much of the same for the Gators. Two more sacks, including a coverage sack on third and 22, gave the Ragin' Cajuns five total for the afternoon and forced Florida to punt on their opening possession of the quarter. A crucial 39-yard catch by Jordan Reed set the stage for a dramatic game-tying touchdown catch by Quinton Dunbar.
Q - 3 C
Florida's 35th-ranked rush offense finally got back on track to start the third quarter with Omarius Hines recorded a 32-yard carry. The Gators QB followed that with a 24-yard carry of his own before Florida's drive stalled in the red zone. Caleb Sturgis added yet another field goal to his season total to give the Gators a 13-3 lead just minutes into the third quarter. However, that is all the Gators would get in the quarter as a blocked punt and three-and-out followed their scoring drive.
Q- 2 B
The Gators' first drive of the second quarter stalled when Driskel was sacked by Emeka Onyenekwu for a six-yard loss, and the Gators' second drive didn't end up any better. Pressure on Driskel proved effective for the Ragin' Cajuns on each of Florida's first two possessions in the second quarter. Finally, the Gators cashed in with a Trey Burton touchdown catch after starting on their own 15-yard line.
Q - 1 C-
Overall, Florida's offense wasn't too impressive in the opening quarter. Their lethal rushing attack was held in check by the Ragin' Cajuns for the most part, and their production given the early turnover was subpar at best. Their three points were a product of field position; not an impressive offense.