GAINESVILLE, Fla. — Kadarius Toney scored three times, Kyle Trask became the first player in school history with four touchdown passes in four consecutive games and No. 10 Florida returned from a three-week layoff to handle Missouri 41-17 on Saturday night.
The Gators' easiest win of the season came after a COVID-19 outbreak forced the Southeastern Conference to postpone two of their games.
It also included a benches-clearing scuffle at halftime that involved both coaches.
Several players threw punches during the melee, but just three were ejected. The conference could hand down more punishments following a review.