Florida Football: 3 takeaways from win over Kentucky in Week 13

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Florida football kept rolling on Saturday afternoon, downing Kentucky with relative ease. What did we learn from this Gator win?

It wasn’t pretty early on as Kentucky held 10-7 lead right before halftime but Florida scored to go ahead 14-10. The Gators wouldn’t look back, scoring 20 straight points, handing the Wildcats a 34-10 loss to improve to 7-1 on the year.

The Gators are the best team in the SEC East this season and they beat the Wildcats rather easily thanks to their second through fourth quarters.

The Kyle Pitts-Kyle Trask connection heated up yet again as the two took advantage of the star tight end’s return to action. Oh, and that Heisman campaign is heating up as well.

What did we learn from Florida’s win over Kentucky?

3. Yes, Kyle Pitts is still the best tight end in the country

In case we forgot due to his three-week absence, Kyle Pitts is absolute the best tight end in college football this season and likely will be a top-10 pick in the NFL draft.

Pitts came back from a nagging injury and caught five passes for a team-high 99 yards and three touchdowns. He’s been a touchdown machine this season and that continued against an average Kentucky defense.

Just how good of a tight end is he? He ran one of the most beautiful routes you’ll see from even a receiver in the second half with a 5-6 yard in route where he planted his foot and spun back out and completely fooled the defender.

Best tight end in the nation? No doubt.

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