Marlon Davidson said he was "devastated" after the play. So much so that he needed to be consoled on the sideline, to be told, "Man, you just got to continue to play football."
"My mind was all on him," Davidson said. "Like, I hope he gets up, I hope he feels better, I hope it’s nothing serious. Because, at the end of the day, man, it’s football. You want to see everybody be great.”
So the idea that Florida coach Dan Mullen thought the play the Auburn defensive end made against quarterback Kyle Trask early in the second quarter was "dirty" doesn't sit well with anyone on the Plains.
The Gators had first-and-10 from their own 25 after the Tigers' lone touchdown of the afternoon.