The game featured a slow first three quarters and then a ferocious finale.
On the next drive, Dormady found Kelly for a 52-yard pass before connecting with Ethan Wolf for a 28-yard touchdown. Franks had an inconsistent start to his college football career over the last two games, but came up big when it mattered most.
The first half was lackluster between the #tennessee Volunteers and Florida Gators. It was a surreal scene, especially for a team that didn't score an offensive touchdown in the first seven quarters of the season.
Jones answered that second one after the game, saying Florida was playing Cover-Zero run blitzes near the goal line and that Tennessee coaches liked some of the passing options they had.
The final play capped a insane fourth quarter in which the teams combined for 37 points and little, if any, defense.
Two snaps after that, Tennessee's defense returned the favor as Rashaan Gaulden snared a tipped Franks pass at the Florida 40.
Florida sophomore WR Tyrie Cleveland caught five passes for 93 yards and a touchdown in Saturday's 26-20 win over Tennessee. Tennessee went 43 yards on 12 plays, including a 22-yard pass from Dormady to Callaway, but an interception at the one-yard line ended the Vols' possession.
Franks connects with Cleveland for a 63-yard touchdown on the game's last play. The score gave the Gators a 26-20 win over Tennessee.
Martin forced Davis to fumble inside the two-yard-line.
Florida pulled off an epic heartbreaking touchdown bomb to beat Tennessee at home. Malik Davis led the way for the rushing with 94 yards on four carries. MI (3-0) didn't lead by more than three points until Peoples-Jones' touchdown early in the third quarter.
After struggling in Florida's season-opening loss to MI and having last week's game against Northern Colorado cancelled as a result of Hurricane Irma, Franks had his chance at redemption Saturday afternoon in The Swamp. Two games isn't a very large sample size, but the offensive struggles and defensive dominance have typified this program in every year of Jim McElwain's tenure at the school.