GAINESVILLE, Fla. (AP) -- Florida quarterback Jeff Driskel says his confidence and left knee are just fine.
It won't be known for sure until the 19th-ranked Gators take the field for their Southeastern Conference opener against Tennessee (2-1) on Saturday.
Driskel has 10 turnovers in the team's last three losses, including three costly ones in a 21-16 loss at Miami a little more than a week ago. He threw two interceptions in the red zone -- receiver Trey Burton ran the wrong route on one of them -- and fumbled while getting sacked.
Driskel ended consecutive drives in the fourth quarter with turnovers, key plays in a tight game against the Hurricanes.
His mistakes are still a hot topic in Gainesville, especially since they are a recurring theme in Florida's recent losses.
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