THE QUICK SLANT
Florida 48, Colorado State 10

WHAT HAPPENED: The Gators bounced back Saturday from last week’s disappointing loss to Kentucky. That the game turned it into a rout was a bonus. They did so with contributions from all three phases, with none bigger than those of the UF special teams, most notably an 85-yard punt return for a touchdown by Freddie Swain that put the game away in the fourth quarter. The UF offense accounted for four touchdowns, the defense forced three turnovers, and special teams also thwarted a pair of punt attempts, one blocked and recovered for a touchdown. Quarterback Feleipe Franks threw incomplete on his first six passes, but had an 18-yard touchdown pass to Swain in the second quarter and 38-yard score to Van Jefferson in the fourth. Tailback Jordan Scarlett had a 30-yard touchdown run that marked UF’s first rushing TD by a back this season, but true freshman Dameon Pierce one-upped his upperclassmen with a 68-yard touchdown run with just over six minutes to go. Early in the first half, it was Josh Hammond who got to CSU punter Ryan Stonehouse and forced a fumble that led to the first of Evan McPherson’s two field goals, and Amari Burney who blocked a Stonehouse punt

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