Watch Florida beat Tennessee on last-second miracle play

Doug Mendoza
September 17, 2017

Quniten Dormady completed 13 of 18 passes for 194 yards and two touchdowns against an interception while Jarrett Guarantano added 41 yards and a touchdown in 4-for-12 passes.

Tennessee may be 2-0, but we're still not sure what Butch Jones' team will be in a rebuilding year for the program.

In a game looking to come to a merciful end because of penalties, mistakes and missed opportunities, the Florida Gators came up with the biggest play of their young season. Running back John Kelly was the offensive weapon who got Tennessee back into the game, as he rushed for 141 yards and one touchdown on 19 carries while also catching a team-high six passes for 96 yards. That's because Florida's last game was a drubbing at the expense of the Michigan Wolverines at AT&T Stadium two weekends ago. But Tennessee quickly answered with a touchdown, then got the ball back when a Franks pass got tipped and landed in the arms of Tennessee nickelback Rashaan Gaulden.

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The Gators (1-1, 1-0) lost a 20-10 lead when UT scored 10 points in less than four minutes, a rally that ended in a game-tying 27-yard field goal by Aaron Medley with 50 seconds left.

After some terrible clock management left just nine seconds on the clock, Franks and the Gators appeared to be playing for overtime.

Quarterback Quinten Dormady threw for 221 yards and two touchdowns on a 20-for-37 passing day. However, Franks chucked one downfield that was caught in the end zone by receiver Tyrie Cleveland. UT escaped with a 22-yard pass.

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