Although the scoreboard won’t show it, Florida wasn’t too clean on offense again Saturday against Vanderbilt.

The Gators beat the Commodores 42-0.

However, Dan Mullen was visibly frustrated throughout the game. He was blowing up officials during the game, and he was visibly frustrated during his halftime interview.

Emory Jones had a career game, throwing for 4 touchdowns. However, backup quarterback Anthony Richardson struggled to get into the flow of the game. Richardson finished 4-of-6 for 25 yards and 1 INT. He also was limited to 11 yards rushing.

Following the win over Vanderbilt, Mullen opened up on his quarterbacks, specifically Richardson.

“Emory came in and managed the game. Anthony’s got to learn how to manage the game. You saw that out here today. But Emory’s really taken steps forward,” Mullen told the SEC Network after the game.