3 up, 3 down: Florida 38, Kentucky 0 

September, 23, 2012
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GAINESVILLE, Fla. – Florida didn’t need to rally from a halftime deficit this week, instead rolling to an easy victory over Kentucky on Saturday. Here are the good and the bad from the Gators’ 38-0 shutout of the Wildcats at Florida Field.

THREE UP

1. Turnovers: Florida’s coaching staff has been harping on forcing more turnovers throughout the offseason and the Gators intercepted UK QB Morgan Newton three times. Jaylen Watkins returned one for a touchdown. UF could have had two more interceptions but couldn’t come down with the ball. UF also locked down UK WRs La’Rod King and Aaron Boyd. The two entered the game averaging a combined 13.7 catches per game. King caught three passes and Boyd none.
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