Report Card: Florida 10 Tennessee 9

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    Daniel:  Florida was atrocious through the air – finishing with just 76 yards on 13-of-27 passing with no touchdowns and three interceptions. Though Driskel and the receivers gift-wrapped some plays for the secondary, you still have to give the Vols credit for making the plays in this area. We say it every week, but Cam Sutton is among the best in the nation. He added another pick and came close a couple other times. Todd Kelly Jr. had a nice pick and run that set up one of UT’s field goals as well. These guys got their part done. Grade: A

    Houston: The secondary played as well as they could have all day long. Cam Sutton continues to play at an All-American level and added another interception to his season total. As a team, Florida went 13-for-27 passing for only 76 yards with three interceptions and no touchdowns. Great coverage downfield led to multiple sacks for the Vol defense and Florida could never find a way to exploit the Vols through the air. It was a near-perfect game for the secondary in this one. Freshmen Todd Kelly Jr. and Emmanuel Moseley each stepped up at key times and made plays when their number was called, and LaDarrell McNeil has turned into an enforcer when he comes up in run support. Hard to find much wrong with what the secondary accomplished yesterday. Grade: A

    Reed: Broken record here, but Cam Sutton is still fantastic. We can’t heap enough praise on the sophomore CB. He’s one of the corners in the country and has been close to flawless this year. Todd Kelly Jr had another big interception this weekend and Emmanuel Moseley made a few big plays in relief of an injured Michael Williams. Brian Randolph led the team with 13 tackles and a forced fumble. Not much to complain about here other than a couple missed tackles by LaDarrell McNeil. Grade: A-

    Average Grade: A

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