The 411 on the No. 1 Florida Gators

 

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What happened last week…The Gators beat Vanderbilt 27-3 to extend their winning streak to 19 games. Click here for recap

The last time they played the Gamecocks…The Gamecocks struggled offensively, losing 56-6 on the road at Florida Field. Click here for recap

Trivia tidbits going into Saturday’s game…

  • The Gators are in the midst of the nation’s longest active winning streak and the longest win streak in school history.
  • Since 2005, the Gators allow just 94.4 rushing yards per game. That’s best in the SEC and 6th best nationally in that time frame.
  • This season, Florida has allowed 10.1 points per game – good for tops in the nation. The Gators have the 2nd best defense in the country, allowing 232.4 yards per game.
  • Since 1990, the Gators have more wins than any other program (197).

Offensive Stats
Points Per Game:
35
Yardage Per Game: 438.67 (198 passing, 240.67 rushing)
Turnovers: 13 (9 fumbles, 4 interceptions)

Defensive Stats
Points Allowed Per Game:
10.1
Yardage Allowed Per Game: 232.4 (134.4 passing, 98 rushing)
Turnovers Forced: 18 (12 fumbles, 6 interceptions)

Offensive Leaders
Passing:
Ryan Mallet – 11 TD, 4 INT, 1,531 yards, 65.9% completion rate; Averages 170.1 yards per game
Receiving: Aaron Hernandez 43 rec for 541 yards, 2 TD; Riley Cooper 32 rec for 481 yards, 5 TD
Rushing: Tim Tebow 155 carries for 578 yards, 9 TD; Jeffery Demps 70 carries for 545 yards, 6 TD; Chris Rainey 61 carries for 392 yards, 3 TD

Defensive Leaders
Tackles:
Ryan Stamper 53 (26 solo); Ahmad Black 50 (21); Joe Haden 44 (34)
Tackles for Loss: Jermaine Cunningham 8.5 for -31 yards; Carlos Dunlap 8 for -47 yards

Kicking Game
Field Goals:
Caleb Sturgis 22-23 XP; 17-20 FG, Long 56 yards
Punting: Chas Henry 25 punts, 42.88 yard average

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