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Even though the Florida offense was really bad last week, the defense at least played well. Today was an absolute train wreck.
Dante Fowler was the only one able to apply pressure to Maty Mauk. The redshirt freshman repeatedly had plenty of time to look for a target and throw the ball. On his late touchdown run, he was basically untouched.
Meanwhile, Henry Josey was able to do whatever he wanted. He could run up the middle, outside—anywhere, really.
Tackling was a problem throughout the game, and the defensive backs were once again overly aggressive.
For a unit that had been so dominant all season, today was about a three-step regression. The Tigers were unimpeded when they had the ball.