The Florida Gators got off to an awful start against Oklahoma in the Cotton Bowl on Wednesday night, trailing 17-0 before they even had a chance to catch their breath. Heisman finalist Kyle Trask threw 3 interceptions, including a pick-6.

But, after cutting the deficit to 17-3, backup QB Emory Jones provided a spark to the offense, leading a touchdown drive. It culminated with a 1-yard touchdown run.

That’s something Jones brings to the offense — a running threat. Florida’s rushing game has been awful recently, so having Jones as a dual-threat quarterback helps open things up.

So, should Jones get more snaps in the second half? Here’s what fans and media members had to say about it on Twitter as the first half was winding down:

With time winding down in the first half, Trask was 14 for 24 with 144 passing yards, 0 touchdowns and 3 interceptions. Jones was 5-for-8 passing for 73 yards and added 31 yards and a touchdown as a runner.

Oklahoma holds a 31-13 lead as we head into halftime.