Well, that wasn’t how Dan Mullen drew it up.

Florida is having anything but an easy offensive game against Derek Mason’s stingy Vanderbilt defense. Quarterback Kyle Trask threw an INT earlier in the game near the red zone, but on the Gators third series, Trask invented a touchdown to give the Gators a 7-0 lead.

Trask took the snap from the center, and he got stepped on by his own teammate. The original play appeared to be an option pitch, but Trask had to make something up. And that he did, as he threw a chest pass to running back Lamical Perine for the one-yard touchdown.

The Gators lead the Commodores 7-0.