Sunday morning links: The March to Atlanta
UF secondary lives up to standard of UF offense
Dunlap's first-half block party
What the bad guys did:
South Carolina rotates quarterbacks in win over Arkansas
Gamecocks' Swamp trek offers next shot at redemption
FSU routs Clemson
Bama remains unbeaten with OT win against LSU
Saban's return to Baton Rouge met with cheers, jeers
PLAYER OF THE GAME
NASHVILLE -- UF quarterback Tim Tebow accounted for five touchdowns on Saturday. He tossed three touchdown passes and completed 12 of 17 passes for 171 yards. Tebow also ran for two scores and led the Gators in rushing with 88 yards on 11 carries, including a career long 26-yard touchdown run. Who said Tebow is a step slower this season?
Tebow has accounted for 10 touchdowns in his last two games. Where does he land on your Heisman ballot?
BEST OF UF 42, VANDY 14
Floirda was at its best at the beginning of the game. UF defensive end Carlos Dunlap blocked two punts and UF led 28-0 in the game's first 18 minutes.
WORST OF UF 42, VANDY 14
Can't complain about much other than this blog is going to continue to stump for sophomore running back Emmanuel Moody to receive more carries until he leads the Gators in rushing. The guy is the best running back on the team and should be running the ball at least 10 times a game. Moody rushed for 48 yards on seven carries on Saturday night.
BY THE NUMBERS
5 The number of interceptions for strong safety Ahmad Black this season. Never saw that coming. Did you?
4 The number of receptions for receiver Carl Moore, who led the Gators in receptions for the first time in his career. Great game, Carl. Although, we've got to give you some grief for that drop. You were wide open, Carl. Catch the ball.