His teammates know Jeff Driskel understands and feels the pressure of being a team leader and will do everything he can to correct things in the future.
"He played okay, he just got a little frustrated with turnovers," two-way player Loucheiz Purifoy said of his teammate after the game. "He wasn't talking (after the game) so I knew he was frustrated."
Junior receiver Quinton Dunbar had career highs in receptions (7) and receiving yards (98) and believes in his quarterback.
"Jeff is going to be alright," Dunbar said. "He made some tremendous throws out there. We just have to watch the film and get better, that's all."
Senior center Jonotthan Harrison shed some light on what Driskel was feeling after the game.
"Driskel was aware of possible mistakes and aware that we really need to get our foot on the pedal in the next two weeks," Harrison said. The next two weeks, we come into a bye week and we step into SEC action and he was like we really need to step up our urgency as a team."
Harrison has been through some good times and tough times as a Gator. He understands that he and his teammates need to make sure Driskel understands they believe in him.
"It is very important," Harrison said. "You can't beat him down, can't attack him, and can't criticize him for everything because it isn't all on him. Football is not a singular sport so we can't put it all on Driskel.
"We aren't turning our back on any of our teammates. We have faith in him, especially the offensive line. We have a lot of faith in Driskel and the fact he can make plays with his arm and his feet, which makes our offense that much more versatile."
Purifoy said it best after the game.
"He's our quarterback and who we ride with… I have a lot of confidence in him."