Florida doesn’t usually practice on Sundays. The Gators don’t usually fumble five times, drop four passes, and allow 86-yard touchdown passes either.
Urban Meyer called practice for an hour and a half last night, apparently to make a point about ball security. That time will have to come out of another day’s usual practice because of NCAA rules.
Meyer is a big advocate of not fumbling, as most coaches are, and he usually benches guys for putting it on the ground. The only problem with that was that three fumbles came from Percy Harvin, one from Aaron Hernandez, and another on a (possibly fake) handoff between Tim Tebow and Brandon James. Those aren’t really benchable guys.
It makes sense because Arkansas has been so bad this season, all the Gators really have to do is play a fundamentally sound game and the talent disparity will overwhelm them. The sloppy play has to stop.