The scoring drive took only two plays after the Gators received good field position on a Tigers' punt from their own end zone. Hines ran 36 yards, delivering the first big play of the day for Florida against a stingy Missouri defense.
After getting into the red zone again, the Tigers couldn't score their second touchdown and settled for a field goal attempt. However, just as Missouri did to Florida, the Gators blocked the 25-yard kick by Andrew Baggett.
On its following possession, Florida lined up and appeared to be going for its second fourth-and-one in its own half of the field, before being penalized for a false start and punting away. Missouri drove the ball down the field before the Gators defense intercepted quarterback James Franklin for the second time on the day.