LSU still appears to have Florida comfortably in its rear view. But that might be how Florida gets back into this game. The Gators have tightened up on defense and used a big play on offense to cut the Tigers' lead to 27-11 entering the fourth quarter at Tiger Stadium.
A red zone stop by the Gators limited LSU to just a field goal early in the third quarter, and then Florida's Jacoby Brissett found Andre Debose on a bomb for a 65-yard touchdown pass. Chris Rainey squirmed into the end zone on the subsequent two-point conversion to pull the Gators within two possessions of the Tigers.
There's still probably too much work left to do for Florida to stage a massive rally, and penalties — 12 for 89 yards through the first three quarters — haven't helped the Gators. But they've flashed a little fight, which was more than they seemed capable of doing during their dismal start.
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