Reason to hope, reason to doubt.
Saturday, Nov 3, 2012, 12:00 PM EDT
Ben Hill Griffin Stadium at Florida FIeld
While the Florida offense did little right, the Gators' defense performed as predicted against Missouri.
James Franklin's footwork is coming around, Henry Josey is motivated, Matt Hoch is surging, and Mizzou Volleyball sweeps.
As we talked about in part one, part two continues talking about how the defense and special teams carried the Florida Gators to their victory over the Missouri Tigers.
Tennessee blitzes 38 percent of the time, James Franklin's fingers are falling off, and Mizzou Soccer hosts Illinois in the NCAA Tournament.
Florida survived a lackluster performance, at least ensuring The Swamp remained unblemished in conference play.
The defense of the Florida Gators had to once again become the difference maker against the Tigers of Missouri.
Brandon Holifield goes from "raw tight end with potential" to "Former Mizzou tight end with potential," and Stefan Jankovic looks really, really interesting against Missouri Southern.
After their dismal performance against the Georgia Bulldogs last week, the Florida Gators offense exploded for two touchdowns against the vaunted Missouri Tigers defense.