Chris Rainey has received a lot of Heisman hype for his early-season performance, but surprisingly, Jeff Demps has become lost in the shuffle.
That may have something to do with the fact that Rainey leads the Gators with 411 rushing yards and 214 receiving yards in addition to a blocking a punt -- his fifth career kick block -- against Tennessee.
However, Demps proved his worth resoundingly in No. 15 Florida's 48-10 blowout of Kentucky, rushing for 157 yards and two touchdowns on just 10 carries in Lexington.
Thanks in part to his domination of the Wildcat defense, Demps is now averaging 9.1 yards per touch and has found the end zone on four different occasions this season.
Meanwhile, Rainey continued to put together a stellar season, racking up 105 rushing yards on 15 carries.
Moving on from Demps and Rainey, the high and low point for the Gators came with turnovers.
The Florida defense took the ball away from Kentucky four times, a number that was marred by three giveaways of their own.
Jeff Driskell, who came in for the injured John Brantley at quarterback in the second quarter, threw an interception and lost a fumble while being sacked during his brief stretch under center.
Also discouraging was a meager 114 passing yards from Brantley, though he did did go down the field more against the Wildcats, including a long 45-yard touchdown pass to tight end Gerald Christian in the first quarter.
Florida plays No. 3 Alabama on CBS next weekend, but a time for kickoff has yet to be determined.
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