Fans react to slow start from Kyle Trask, Florida offense in the rain at South Carolina
The Florida Gators and South Carolina Gamecocks are locked in a 10-10 battle at halftime in Columbia.
The rainy conditions are wreaking havoc on players on both teams, including Florida QB Kyle Trask. Trask had a couple of horrible throws early in the game, but eventually settled down, tossing a touchdown pass.
South Carolina QB Ryan Hilinski has struggled, too, but Florida fans are concerned about some of the ducks Trask has thrown and some of the plays Dan Mullen has called.
Here’s a look at some of the reaction to that first half performance:
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Kyle Trask is like the Bruce Willis character in Unbreakable. Water is his weakness. #Gators
— Beat the Moosechamps (@HeyBrentPope) October 19, 2019
Greatest rivalry this season.. Kyle Trask versus rain.
— Clint Lamb (@ClintRLamb) October 19, 2019
— Jordan Klein (@jordan31klein) October 19, 2019
I immediately regret betting on the arm of Kyle Trask.
— Matty Westside (@88Snizzy88) October 19, 2019
Kyle Trask can’t throw a wet ball at all!
— Everyone Hates Chris (@ckssense) October 19, 2019
Kyle Trask really struggling today, missing wide open throws
— Zach Stecklow (@z_stecklow) October 19, 2019
FWIW Dan Mullen and the Florida Offensive staff have implemented the worst game plan in recorded history today.
— ☈ Chris Jackson ☈ (@ChrisJacksonSC) October 19, 2019
That’s two straight drives for Florida where Dan Mullen is blowing a gasket on the sideline.
We might see a lot of Emory Jones in the second half at this rate…
— Erik Duerrwaechter (@EDuerrwaechter) October 19, 2019
Dan Mullen out here avoiding the run against South Carolina? wth going on?
— Bobble Dak (@MroonWhteAllDay) October 19, 2019
This game will be about making adjustments, so we’ll see who comes out of the locker room stronger.