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Demps didn't have any of those gamebreaking plays this week, but he took on a much larger role in the running game with a career-high in carries.
There were a few times he was hit behind the line, which can be attributed to breakdowns in the line and probably a little fatigue on his part. He also let the ball get ripped out of his hands for a key play.
But, Demps is the team's best playmaker, and at times, it seems he is the only one making things happen.
He gave the Gators good field position with his kick returns. He makes things happen when he catches the ball in the flat, even if it seems like he has nowhere to go. And, he is always good for some nice bursts.
He crossed the century mark in total yards for Florida, and even though a lot of them didn't come in bunches, it was nice to see that he could take on the workhorse role against an SEC squad.
It will be interesting to see if the coaches continue to give him this much work going forward, especially with several much tougher opponents on the horizon. The coaches may want to spell Demps a little more to keep his electric feet fresh, and they can do that with Gillislee and Moody, if they choose to. But there is no denying that right now Demps is the offense's best, well, everything. He was again on Saturday.