As we anticipate tomorrow’s road matchup with Tennessee, let’s take one more look back at last week’s game against Kentucky.
Our podcast host, Dustin Smith, happens to also be a fantastic photographer. He was at the game last Saturday, and got some great photos of various moments of Florida’s 34-10 victory. Take a look for yourself.
You can check out more of his stuff at @dustinthenow on twitter and Instagram.
Evan McPherson blasts the opening kickoff through the endzone to start the game.
Kyle Trask eyes Kyle Pitts breaking open before his 56-yard touchdown reception.
Rick Wells spins for extra yardage after a first down catch in the first quarter.
James Houston guards the hole as Smoke takes the hand-off.
Albert and Alberta wear holiday sweaters as they cheer on the Gators.
Kadarius Toney receives the punt and makes a man miss.
Kadarius Toney scores the touchdown of the game as he returns a punt to the house!
Kyle Trask takes a gruesome hit as the Kentucky defender rips off his helmet.
Kyle Trask eyes the endzone before his second touchdown pass of the game.
Kyle Pitts prepares to catch the ball in the endzone, as the rest of his teammates watch in awe.
Kyle Pitts hands the ball to the ref after a celebration that almost went “too-far”.
Kyle Trask hands the ball off to Dameon Pierce who had 8 carries for 67 yards.
Evan McPherson kicks the field goal to put the Gators up 24-10.
Mohamoud Diabate prepares to intercept a Terry Wilson pass late in the third quarter.
Mohamoud Diabate dives for extra yardage after an interception, late in the third quarter.
Kyle Trask lofts a perfect pass to Kyle Pitts, prior to the duos third touchdown of the game.
Kyle Pitts looking on just after he scores his third touchdown of the game.
A rare smile can be seen from Brett Heggie as he goes to celebrate with Kyle Pitts.
Kyle Pitts and Trevon Grimes celebrate the final touchdown of the game.
James Houston takes down Rose for a loss, late in the third quarter.
Kyle Pitts catches his fifth reception of the game, this time for a gain of 22 yards.
Emory Jones throws to a wide-open Rick Wells late in the fourth quarter.
Trevon Grimes humorously holds up a Kentucky player’s glove following the game.
Coach Dan Mullen celebrates the 34-10 win over the Kentucky Wildcats.