SCOUT’S NOTEBOOK: KENTUCKY@FLORIDA
Concerns about a Florida offense that’s been slow off the trigger in the first quarter of games were quelled in Week 4, as the Gators jumped out to 14-0 lead over Kentucky within the first 12 minutes of the contest and never looked back.
Urban Meyer’s crew was markedly deeper and far more athletic than the Wildcats, who didn’t belong on the same field with their opponents in a 48-14 drubbing.
Burton burns ‘Cats six times
Freshman sensation Trey Burton was an unstoppable force for the Gators in the red zone area delivering six scores, five of which came on runs from the Wildcat formation.
On his first foray into the end zone, Burton made a good read and followed the lead of center Maurice Pouncey on an 11-yard quarterback counter. Toward the end of the first quarter, the Gators get Burton open by running a double slant