Gators Blank Missouri in Second Half, Win 14-7 to Close Out Conference Regular Season
GAINESVILLE, Fla. - It wasn't always pretty, but a win's a win in Will Muschamp's book.
Florida trailed 7-0 against Missouri before outscoring the visiting Tigers 14-0 in the second half to take a 14-7 victory and their seventh win in SEC play.
The Gators used a bend-but-not-break defense that caused four interceptions to help a struggling offense throughout the game.
Florida used great field position in the third quarter to put their first points on the board.
Omarius Hines raced for a 36-yard touchdown in the wildcat formation.
After a Matt Elam interception, Jeff Driskel connected on a 45-yard screen pass to Mike Gillislee for the Gators first lead of the game and the go-ahead score.
TV20 sports director Chris Price got postgame reaction from the Florida football team.
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