The Florida defense showed it’s dominance in the first quarter, holding the Seminoles to just three points at the end of the quarter but Florida State did not disappoint, scoring 37 points; the most points Florida allowed all year.
Most thought the game was going to get away from Florida even before the first quarter but an interception from Louchiez Purifoy and Neiron Ball’s third-down sack to FSU quarterback Jameis Winston kept Florida fans’ hopes slightly alive at the beginning of the game.
Florida’s secondary couldn’t stop Winston from connecting with wide receiver Kelvin Benjamin, who finished with three touchdowns on the day.
Sophomore defensive lineman Jonathan Bullard spoke with the media after the 37-7 loss to FSU. Bullard, who had five tackles on the Seminoles, is one that the Florida defense should be happy to see back next year.