Florida got a nice win over rival Georgia on Saturday 24-10 thanks to the effort of the Gators defense that only allowed 164 total yards and 21 rushing yards. That's with Sony Michel and Nick Chubb playing in the backfield for the Bulldogs that day.
Florida had 231 total yards of offense and didn't look great in that regard, but did enough to get the win with 129 yards of rushing (not including the sacks that Luke Del Rio took). Antonio Callaway scored his first rushing touchdown ever and became the only player in school history to get a touchdown in five different ways —- rushing, receiving, throwing, kick return, punt return —-
Jordan Scarlett also had 93 yards and a touchdown while freshman Lamical Perine had 33 yards rushing. Tight end C'yontai Lewis had the only receiving touchdown on the day for the Gators, but also had 36 receiving yards. Callaway led all receivers with 42 yards on four catches.
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