Billy Napier took ownership of Florida’s loss to Kentucky on Saturday, as the Gators fell 26-16.

Anthony Richardson struggled, and was just 14-for-35 passing for 143 yards and 2 interceptions. He also had just 6 carries for 4 yards.

Richardson was off all night, a major contrast from last week’s 3-touchdown, turnover-free performance against then-No. 7 Utah. The Wildcats made him pay for his mistakes. Linebacker Jordan Wright made a one-handed catch on Richardson’s pass to the flat late in the second quarter.

Richardson’s second pick was more egregious. He seemingly misread a defensive alignment and threw a pass to the wide side of the field that Smith easily picked off. Napier admitted there was miscommunication there.

Florida returns to action next week against South Florida.

Here’s a sampling of more Napier comments: