Defenseless: Florida Falls at Gun in 41-38 Shootout at A&M

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10/17/2020 | 3:30 PM

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BRYANT-COLLEGE STATION, Texas — The Florida Gators took a road trip Saturday to the Lone Star State, where, basically, a Big 12 game proceeded to break out and the visitors ended up on the wrong end of a no-defense affair. 

Texas A&M trampled UF for 543 yards, including 338 and a couple touchdowns through the air from quarterback Kellen Mond and another 174 and two scores on the ground from tailback Isaiah Spiller, but it was a chip shot field goal from Seth Smith as time expired that ultimately settled the shootout and handed the No. 21 Aggies a 41-38 upset of the fourth-ranked Gators at Kyle Field. 

The decisive score came after senior tailback Malik Davis fumbled with 3:48 remaining in a tie game, and thus denied UF quarterback Kyle Trask, the Manvel, Texas product already with 312 yards and four TDs, a shot at a game-winning drive in his home state. Instead, the Aggies needed eight plays, 40 yards and Smith’s game-winning kick to run out the clock and leave the Gators (2-1, 2-1) to ponder a flurry of questions about a

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