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Published on Oct 5, 2019
In a defensive-fueled affair, No. 10 Florida topped No. 7 Auburn 24-13 in front of nearly 91,000 fans in The Swamp on Saturday afternoon in wild, turnover-filled game. Gators forced four turnovers -- including three interceptions from true freshman quarterback Bo Nix -- to stymie an Tigers offense that seemed to find its stride under Gus Malzahn last week.
Running back Lamical Perine iced the game midway through the fourth quarter when he took off on an 88-yard touchdown run for the game's final score. That complemented a career day from wide receiver Freddie Swain, who caught six balls for 146 yards and the game's first touchdown.
Gators QB Kyle Trask finished 19-of-31 passing for 234 yards and two touchdowns against one of the best defenses in the nation, though he did have three sack fumbles on the day. Luckily for him and Florida, the defense was able to negate many of the offense's miscues over the course of the contest. To make things even more impressive, Trask had his knee rolled up midway through the second quarter but returned after a short trip to the locker room and brief appearance from backup Emory Jones.