Stunned at home, LSU responds with 17-16 win at Florida

Posted October 10, 2017

In an uncharacteristic showing, the Gators' defense had several breakdowns in that area, issues that proved to be enough for the Tigers to emerge with a much-needed victory following a tumultuous week. The game, between the Florida Gators and LSU Tigers, reached a commercial break and saw the crowd break into song when the music came on over the PA.

If you're thinking they need more adult supervision, Von Rosenberg is 27 and he stole the line from Florida full-grown head coach Jim McElwain's postgame opening from a year ago when the roles were reversed.

Clarification on the 3-4th quarter situation last night.

"I feel like the people will be able to see us better with the sun being out", said LSU linebacker Devin White.

WR Antonio Callaway - starter: One of nine players suspended for credit card fraud. "That's why they don't give you the automatic (one point)".

"We had plenty of time remaining, " Gators left tackle Martez Ivey said. "Our guys, they're gonna improve and we're only gonna go up from here".

The Gators will be in a swamp green jersey covered in a tonal gator print. Player numbers are orange trimmed in royal blue, while names appear in orange.

Halfway through the regular season, he sits at 364 yards rushing - about 26 percent of his total last season of 1,387 yards. The line shifted hard toward LSU in the days and hours before kickoff.

For the Gators, Franks was 10-for-16 for just 108 yards passing. A missed point-after attempt kept UF down 17-16 into the fourth quarter. We will see how he practices this week. "I don't think you can let one or two losses define us". Quarterback Feleipe Franks managed to move his unit out to the 25, but threw incomplete on third- and fourth-and-3, as the Tigers commenced celebrating on the Florida home field. The LSU Tigers other loss this season was on the road at Mississippi State where they lost by 30 points. The snap looked good, but when holder Johnny Townsend tried to get the laces out, the ball fell forward giving kicker Eddy Pineiro no chance to send it through the uprights. "Tie goes to the runner, I guess".

With just over four minutes left in the game, the score 17-16, the Tigers rallied to force the Gators to turn the ball over on downs.

"That's life in the SEC", McElwain said. "We just have to finish at the end". So Coach O wanted to get us back to that physicality.

GAINESVILLE | The University of Florida offense has faced intense criticism this season not only for its lack of production but from an operational standpoint.