Florida Gators: Scott Peek

3 Up, 3 Down: Florida 23, JSU 0 

November, 18, 2012
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GAINESVILLE, Fla. -- Florida got all of its points from seniors on senior day to finish 7-0 record at Florida Field. The Gators got their second shutout of the season -- only the second time that’s happened since 1988 (2006) -- and head into Saturday’s game at rival Florida State 10-1.

Here are the good and bad from the 23-0 victory over Jacksonville State:

THREE UP
GAINESVILLE, Fla. -- Florida's quarterback rotation -- provided Jeff Driskel is cleared next week -- won't result in any changes in the offense.

Both players have essentially the same skill set, so it won't be a situation like 2006, when Chris Leak was the starter and Tim Tebow was brought in as a short-yardage runner or to run the spread option. Driskel and Jacoby Brissett are pretty much the same quarterback, although Driskel is a slightly better runner and Brissett is more of a pocket passer.

"From the schematic standpoint, there's not a drastic difference between the two guys as far as what we do and how we operate, which has been good for our offensive players because they're not trying to field two different styles of offense when one guy's on the field and one guy's not," UF coach Will Muschamp said.

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