Reeling Florida can't capitalize on SC miscues in fifth straight loss


As if things couldn't get worse for Florida's offense during a 28-20 loss Saturday against SC, the Gators lost quarterback Malik Zaire to an injury.

With South Carolina leading 7-0 in the first quarter, Henderson intercepted a pass from Jake Bentley at the Gamecocks' 25 and ran the ball toward the end zone. Denson rushed 13 times for 61 yards for the Gamecocks, who have won four of their last five games.

On their next possession, Bentley threw the first of three interceptions on the day.

Florida is 0-2 under interim head coach Randy Shannon, who took over after Jim McElwain was sacked. The Gators (3-6, 3-5) will finish with a losing SEC record for only the third time since 1992.

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Florida was missing at least 20 of its 85 scholarship players because of injuries or suspensions. Inexplicably, Florida would put him back in after just one missed snap and called a designed run play for him to boot. He hurt his leg is the second quarter, left for a play, then crumpled to the ground as he tried to run.

Florida finished the game with just 301 total yards as both starter Malik Zaire and his replacement Feleipe Franks failed to get much going. So if the Gamecocks win by less than a touchdown, this play will be what did it.

Alas, the play didn't do anything to SC as they had to punt a few plays later.

Bentley's second TD came in the third quarter.