Turnovers doom Florida in 21-7 loss to Florida State
John Brantley walked off the field with Florida's medical staff, blood pouring from his face as he looked at the ground, dejected.
The redshirt senior's three interceptions doomed the Gators in a 21-7 loss to the Seminoles in The Swamp Saturday.
Florida's inept offense managed 184 yards of total offense -- more than the 95 yards Florida State mustered -- but turnovers once again undid UF.
The Gators had four giveaways, leading to all 21 points scored by the Seminoles.
Meanwhile, UF missed opportunities for key game-changing plays, including a dropped pick by safety Matt Elam with 7:39 remaining in the third quarter.
However, the defense was the lone bright spot for Florida as it limited Florida State to just 30 rushing yards on 46 carries and just 65 yards through the air.
The loss marks UF's second consecutive defeat to FSU and will likely send Will Muschamp and Co. to Jacksonville for the Gator Bowl.
Photo taken by Matt Stamey, Gainesville Sun.