Gators’ Trask shreds Vandy in lopsided win

by Gary Shelton on November 10, 2019 · 0 comments

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Sunday, 3 a.m.

Kyle Trask started slowly Saturday. He finished in the history books.

Trask, the Gators' quarterback who started the season as a seldom-used backup, lit up Vanderbilt Saturday afternoon, 56-0. Trask threw for 363 years -- the most yardage by a Gator quarterback since Tim Tebow -- and three touchdowns in the win.

The Gators earned their third shutout of the season, holding Vandy to 128 yards of total offense.

Florida, meanwhile, gained 560 years of total offense.

Freshman Mohamoud Diabate had three sacks for the Gators.

Florida is at Missouri Saturday.

FSU 38, Boston College 31: Maybe Willie Taggart was the problem.

The Seminoles won perhaps their most impressive game of the season Saturday, beating the Eagles to move to 5-5 on the season under interim coach Odell Haggins.

Quarterback James Blackmon threw for 346 yards and two scores. Backup Jordan Travis ran three times for 94 yards and two scores, including a 26-yarder on his first play from scrimmage.

"They didn't flinch," Haggins said. "When everything happened this past weekend ... they wanted to show: 'We are Florida State. We are unconquered. We've got your back, Coach.' That's what they showed me."

Receiver Tamorrion Terry caught seven passes for 156 yards.

FSU is home against Alabama State Saturday.

Miami 52, Louisville 21: The Hurricanes are only 5-4 on the season, but they're playing their best football.

Miami blew out the Cardinals Saturday behind Jarren Williams' six touchdown passes. Williams threw for 253 yards on the day.

Miami plays against FIU Saturday.

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