Anthony Richardson received loads of attention after Florida’s big win over Utah last week, but the Florida quarterback was humbled a bit against Kentucky as the Heisman Trophy talk appeared to cool.

Richardson started the game 6-for-17, including an interception to Jordan Wright, and mustered just 84 yards. The Gators offense mustered a pair of field goals, a Trevor Etienne touchdown, and a safety to take a lead, but Kentucky scored in 3 plays after the interception. That cut the lead to 16-13 with 1:25 remaining in the first half.

Richardson’s play against Utah had some wondering if he might be the type of player that can take a team from fighting for bowl eligibility to challenging for a division title. Among college football analysts, he drew comparisons to Vince Young, Cam Newton, Lamar Jackson and Tim Tebow this week.

Last week, Richardson ran for 3 scores in his second career start, including a 2-yard scamper with 1:25 remaining, and Florida upset the No. 7 team 29-26 to build major confidence at the dawn of the Billy Napier era.

The Gators led 16-13 at halftime.

Here’s some of the reaction to Richardson: