College Football Scores 2012

The Gators host Missouri in the Swamp while UCF and USF try to pick up wins.

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Florida offensive line must improve

The Florida Gators narrowly escaped an upset bid by Louisiana-Lafayette on Saturday.


UCF breezes past SMU, 42-17

The Knights rode a big second half surge to roll past SMU, 42-17 at home.


Florida out-uglies Mizzou, 14-7

It wasn't pretty, but it was Florida football, so it wasn't supposed to be. The Gators made a 14-7 victory over Missouri look as excruciating as possible, needing four picks of James Franklin to put away their brand new SEC East rivals and remain a thorn in Georgia's side. Florida now finishes SEC play at 7-1a, meaning it needs an Ole Miss or Auburn victory against the Dawgs to reach Atlanta.

And on that note, Will Muschamp becomes the biggest Rebels fan in the world -- here he is with a big "Hotty Toddy" after the game:

Box score hero: Mike Gillislee put up 107 total yards and a touchdown, but Florida games never really feature box score heroes from the offensive side. Let's go with Matt Elam, who picked off Franklin and ran it back 40 yards, posted six tackles, rang up two tackles for loss and had a critical hit on Franklin late.

Rankings ramifications: With No. 6 LSU and No. 7 Georgia in danger, Florida could conceivably rise past No. 8. But not very far.

But did they cover? Florida was favored by 18. No, they did not.

Next week: Florida sticks in the Swamp to take on 4-3 UL Lafayette, while Mizzou heads to play Tennessee, which ... well, it might have a different head coach at that point. The 3-5 Vols are struggling with Troy right now.

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Butler upends Jacksonville, 19-16

Matt Lancaster's touchdown run with two seconds remaining saved the day for the Butler Bulldogs, who beat the Jacksonville Dolphins, 19-16, on Saturday in Indianapolis. The Dolphins held the lead for most of the game, but were unable to create much separation from the Bulldogs, and it ultimately cost them.

Jacksonville was held to only 259 yards of total offense on the day. Quarterback Trevius Folston went 19-27 for 144 yards and an interception, and Keith Dawson was the team's leading rusher with 99 yards on 16 carries. Johnnie Hicks had the team's only touchdown.

Lancaster went 23-43 for 260 yards, two touchdowns and an interception to lead Butler, and Dylan Johnson and Zack Wolfe both had touchdown receptions. The Jacksonville defense was able to stifle Butler's running game, which had only 59 yards as a team. However, it wasn't quite enough, as they surrendered a touchdown to Lancaster on the ground at the last minute.

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