Against LSU, it was the pass. Against Kentucky, the run.

Mizzou’s two-game win streak featured a Tigers offense that found something that worked and leaned on it. That wasn’t the case on Saturday night in The Swamp, as Todd Grantham’s defense shut down Eli Drinkwitz’s offense in a 41-17 Florida win.

No one expected what unfolded on Saturday. Not even the halftime brawl full of fisticuffs started by a late hit from Trajan Jeffcoat. Or Dan Mullen rushing the field during said brawl.

Or Mullen coming out of the tunnel after wrangling in his team and waving his arms to get the crowd hyped like he was on WrestleMania.

Or Mullen wearing a Darth Vader mask for the postgame press conference.

Nope, no one expected what went down in Gainesville.

Not even a Florida team that went into the game 13th in the SEC in scoring defense holding Mizzou to 17 points and 248 total yards, only 40 of which was rushing.

Rust — what rust? Kadarius Toney didn’t look like he missed a beat during Florida’s three-week layoff. Toney, a 6-foot, 193-pounder, destroyed a Mizzou defense that was coming off a great performance against Kentucky. Yes, we knew going in that Florida’s offense is on another level from Kentucky’s. Toney scored 3 touchdowns — 2 off catches and 1 from a run. It was video-game-like stuff from the senior, and the Tigers’ poor tackle attempts on him — or any Gator ball-carrier, for that matter didn’t help.

What the Gators defense, which was down a few starters in the secondary, did to the Mizzou offense was shocking.

One week after Larry Rountree III took 37 carries for 137 yards against Kentucky, Rountree was held to just 36 yards on 14 touches, and his lone touchdown came in garbage time late in the fourth.

Connor Bazelak, Mizzou’s future at quarterback who was three weeks removed from lighting up LSU for 406 passing yards and 4 touchdowns, went 26-of-40 against Florida, but the passes didn’t go downfield and were anything but explosive, averaging just 5.2 yards per attempt. The Tigers didn’t have a pass longer than 19 yards on Saturday — they averaged 4 such plays coming into the game.

Heck, Mizzou’s lone touchdown scored not in garbage time didn’t even come from the offense. Jarvis Ware picked off Kyle Trask and returned it 59 yards for the score. Check out Nick Bolton forcing Trask to get rid of the ball early on the play:

It was complete domination by Florida. That, and a whole bunch of other wild stuff, made Saturday’s battle in The Swamp a memorable one for all the wrong reasons.