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Written by Ryan Randall, November 8, 2014, 0 Comments,
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Amid this week’s talk of the scenarios in which the Florida Gators (5-3, 4-3 SEC) could make the SEC Championship, head coach Will Muschamp said nothing can happen if the Gators didn’t take care of business against Vanderbilt (3-7, 0-6 SEC).

Saturday night, the Gators continued to keep those scenarios alive, defeating the Commodores 34-10.

The Gators had much more balanced attack, passing for 215 yards and rushing for 214 yards. The defense had two sacks and forced four turnovers.

The Gators play South Carolina at home next week, a matchup that could leave fans with even more to say about a potential trip to Atlanta.

First Quarter

Vanderbilt 7, Florida 0- 33-yard touchdown pass by Johnny McCrary to Steven Scheu; PAT by Tommy Openshaw good with 7:41 left in the quarter.
Scoring drive: 7 plays, 86 yards, 3:38 time of possession.

Florida 7, Vanderbilt 7- 13-yard touchdown rush by Kelvin Taylor; PAT by Frankie Velez good with 3:34 left in the quarter.
Scoring drive: 10 plays, 60 yards, 4:01 time of possession.

Second Quarter

Florida 14, Vanderbilt 7- 1-yard touchdown rush by Jeff Driskel; PAT by Frankie Velez good with 8:38 left in the quarter.
Scoring drive: 4 plays, 9 yards, 1:37 time of possession.

Florida 17, Vanderbilt 7- 40-yard field goal by Frankie Velez good with 4:02 left in the quarter.
Scoring drive: 9 plays, 20 yards, 4:23 time of possession.

Halftime: Florida 17, Vanderbilt 7

Halftime Superlatives:
Treon Harris- 7-12, 103 yards; Kelvin Taylor- 6 carries, 34 yards, one touchdown; Ahmad Fulwood- 2 carries, 62 yards.

Fourth Quarter

Florida 24, Vanderbilt 7- 7-yard touchdown rush by Treon Harris; PAT by Frankie Velez good with 14:51 left in the quarter.
Scoring drive: 7 plays, 84 yards, 2:02 time of possession.

Florida 24, Vanderbilt 10- 48-yard field goal by Tommy Openshaw good with 13:17 left in the quarter.
Scoring drive: 5 plays, 38 yards, 1:27 time of possession.

Florida 31, Vanderbilt 10- 33-yard touchdown rush by Treon Harris; PAT by Frankie Velez good with 10:41 left in the quarter.
Scoring drive: 6 plays, 66 yards, 2:29 time of possession.

Florida 34, Vanderbilt 10- 25-yard field goal by Frankie Velez good with 8:29 left in the quarter.
Scoring drive: 5 plays, 18 yards, 2:03 time of possession.

Final Score: Florida 34, Vanderbilt 10.

Final Superlatives: Treon Harris- 13-21, 215 yards, 10 carries, 49 yards, 2 TD; Matt Jones- 17 carries, 82 yards; Quinton Dunbar- 4 receptions, 97 yards.

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About Ryan Randall

From Melbourne, Florida, Ryan has lived in Florida since he was three, becoming a sports fan around that age. His passion for journalism rivals his love of sports. Shortly out of high school he covered prep and community sports for his hometown paper in Brevard Country, before moving to Gainesville, where he covered the Gators in the pros as well as prep sports for a few publications. A Telecommunications major at UF, Ryan now interns at Gator Country and ecstatic to showcase his talents for the publication. When not working on stories, Ryan enjoys playing basketball, music, as well as art. Follow Ryan at @_RyanRandall_

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Amid this week’s talk of the scenarios in which the Florida Gators (5-3, 4-3 SEC) could make the SEC Championship, head coach Will Muschamp said nothing can happen if the Gators didn’t take care of business against Vanderbilt (3-7, 0-6 SEC).

Saturday night, the Gators continued to keep those scenarios alive, defeating the Commodores 34-10.

The Gators had much more balanced attack, passing for 215 yards and rushing for 214 yards. The defense had two sacks and forced four turnovers.

The Gators play South Carolina at home next week, a matchup that could leave fans with even more to say about a potential trip to Atlanta.

First Quarter

Vanderbilt 7, Florida 0- 33-yard touchdown pass by Johnny McCrary to Steven Scheu; PAT by Tommy Openshaw good with 7:41 left in the quarter.
Scoring drive: 7 plays, 86 yards, 3:38 time of possession.

Florida 7, Vanderbilt 7- 13-yard touchdown rush by Kelvin Taylor; PAT by Frankie Velez good with 3:34 left in the quarter.
Scoring drive: 10 plays, 60 yards, 4:01 time of possession.

Second Quarter

Florida 14, Vanderbilt 7- 1-yard touchdown rush by Jeff Driskel; PAT by Frankie Velez good with 8:38 left in the quarter.
Scoring drive: 4 plays, 9 yards, 1:37 time of possession.

Florida 17, Vanderbilt 7- 40-yard field goal by Frankie Velez good with 4:02 left in the quarter.
Scoring drive: 9 plays, 20 yards, 4:23 time of possession.

Halftime: Florida 17, Vanderbilt 7

Halftime Superlatives:
Treon Harris- 7-12, 103 yards; Kelvin Taylor- 6 carries, 34 yards, one touchdown; Ahmad Fulwood- 2 carries, 62 yards.

Fourth Quarter

Florida 24, Vanderbilt 7- 7-yard touchdown rush by Treon Harris; PAT by Frankie Velez good with 14:51 left in the quarter.
Scoring drive: 7 plays, 84 yards, 2:02 time of possession.

Florida 24, Vanderbilt 10- 48-yard field goal by Tommy Openshaw good with 13:17 left in the quarter.
Scoring drive: 5 plays, 38 yards, 1:27 time of possession.

Florida 31, Vanderbilt 10- 33-yard touchdown rush by Treon Harris; PAT by Frankie Velez good with 10:41 left in the quarter.
Scoring drive: 6 plays, 66 yards, 2:29 time of possession.

Florida 34, Vanderbilt 10- 25-yard field goal by Frankie Velez good with 8:29 left in the quarter.
Scoring drive: 5 plays, 18 yards, 2:03 time of possession.

Final Score: Florida 34, Vanderbilt 10.

Final Superlatives: Treon Harris- 13-21, 215 yards, 10 carries, 49 yards, 2 TD; Matt Jones- 17 carries, 82 yards; Quinton Dunbar- 4 receptions, 97 yards.

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