GAINESVILLE, Fla. (AP) - If this was Tim Tebow's final game at
Florida Field, coach Urban Meyer let him put on a show.
At least for a quarter and a half.
Tebow threw for 201 yards and three touchdowns, Chris Rainey ran
for 142 yards and a score, and the third-ranked Gators overwhelmed
The Citadel 70-19 on Saturday.
Florida (10-1) scored touchdowns on its first seven possessions, racked up 512 yards in the first half alone and became the first Southeastern Conference team to score at least 42 points in six consecutive games.
The Gators finished with 705 yards and did little wrong against an overmatched opponent from the Football Championship Subdivision. Even when they tried to run out the clock to end the opening half,
Rainey broke up the middle for a 46-yard gain.