Florida has lost three games since the start of the 2012 football season — to Georgia last October, to Louisville in January's Sugar Bowl and at Miami 11 days ago.
It can be argued that the Gators were beaten by the Gators on all three occasions.
Florida has been its own worst enemy in its most recent setbacks, totaling a staggering 14 turnovers in those three games. The Gators had 413 yards to Miami's 212 but lost 21-16 as a result of five turnovers, and they've had extra time to think about their miscues with an open date leading into this week's game against visiting Tennessee.
"No one has really been able to stop us when we haven't had a turnover or a penalty," Gators junior quarterback Jeff Driskel said. "We're just worrying about us first and taking care of the other team second. If we can handle us, we'll be fine.
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