Florida had its fair share of struggles on the offensive side of the ball in the second half against Tennessee, but that was certainly not Antonio Callaway’s fault. The sophomore receiver had a fantastic day catching four passes for 134 yards. That number put him over 1,000 receiving yards for his career and in elite Florida company.
The previous three all became consensus All-Americans so maybe that’s a bit of a foreshadowing for the sophomore’s career. He was named an All-American last season, but that was as a returner and not a receiver. Now he just needs some consistent quarterback play to get him to that 2,000 yard mark reached by guys like Chris Doering, Gaffney, Anthony, Alvarez and Andre Caldwell.