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BILLY NAPIER: …significant impact in the game. I think in this league, home field advantage is a big deal. And they were a factor tonight. There’s no question. How many procedure penalties did the crowd create? I think Austin had a really good plan. We stemmed the front on occasion. They were a factor. All the third downs, the fourth downs, really significant. Really thankful for that. 90,000 strong.

Man, I’m just really — this game will teach you a lot about life. I was telling the players just now, if you’ll let it, this game can teach you a lot about life.

And it’s hard. It challenges everything in you. And anything that’s significant that you accomplish in life is going to be a challenge. It’s going to be hard.

And I think for that to be rewarding, there’s got to be some difficulty. There’s got to be adversity. There’s got to be days that you wake up and you question yourself to some degree, right? And that’s important that you surround yourself with really good people. And we certainly have good people here.

But I’m proud of the players. You know, you go back a couple weeks ago. We went to Utah. We did not play our best football. There was no finger pointing. I didn’t hear one guy in that locker room complain or make an excuse. They took ownership and ultimately responded the right way. And we’ve been working ever since.

So, you know, this group can get better. That’s the exciting thing to me. There’s areas of our team out there where we still struggled a little bit, areas where we can get better. We have young players that are playing. And I think as they get more experience, they’ll continue to improve. But, overall, I know there’s tons of keys to that game, and I know you’ll ask questions about that, but I want to compliment our players, the response and, ultimately, the leadership from the staff. We’ve got good people. They stuck together. We found a way to win a game.

And, ultimately, if we can keep our humility and try to sustain this and get ready for the next one, that will be the objective. We’re going to celebrate tonight, though. I can promise you that. So what questions we got here?

Q. Thoughts on how the defense responded from that first drive to the beginning of the game to kind of shut them out the rest of the half and get the turnover, and what kind of momentum did that provide for the rest of the half?

BILLY NAPIER: Yeah. I think it was difficult early, right? We moved the ball down into the red area. It forced us to kick a field goal. We missed the field goal. And then they just go straight down the field and score. So that’s when you know I think you’re onto something when you see a group rally and continue to work and stick together. Some of those intangibles that we’ve built showed up tonight. I think ultimately there was adversity in the beginning.

Q. And Graham’s ability to manage the game throughout the game, especially in the first half, 17 to 20?

BILLY NAPIER: Yeah. Some of those third downs were epic. The pump fake scramble. You know, the scramble on the right side where he feathered it right over the defender and Kahleil gets his feet in. Those are two off the top of my head. But you go 17 and 20 1/2, you played pretty good football. And look, we stayed on schedule. I think we only got sacked maybe one time. We kept third down manageable. We were able to rush the ball. I think the guys up front did a great job. The tight ends did a great job. That’s who we’ve got to be. We played really good complementary football tonight. And, ultimately, the plan that we had worked. You know, and offense and defense, the kicking game, we obviously got a lot of things that we can clean up. But what else we got?

Q. So you have one game and you mentioned humility. But what does it mean to the program to be the team that won the Orange Bowl last year, had such a great season, beat you guys, was picked to finish very well this year, comes in ranked. What does that do for this program?

BILLY NAPIER: Well, I think it — you know, I think as a leader, what you want is you want your people — I can’t say the amount of work that’s been done since we hit the ground here, okay. Look, I know we haven’t won as many games as we’d like to win, but the amount of work our people have done since we hit the ground here until today. Obviously we, have a lot of work left to do. You want to see your people experience some success, right, see the fruits of their labor. And I’m not just talking about the players. I’m talking about the adults too, right? So we worked hard. And that’s the thing that it gives you is it validates your plan, it validates what you’re selling, to some degree, the things that you continue to harp on. Yeah. I think you just — that’s what you want as a leader, right? And, ultimately, when I woke up after the Utah game, that’s what I think about. I think about our people. I hate it, you know. I hate looking them in the eye and seeing that, if that makes sense. That’s a lot more fun.

Q. Trevor’s run, just how critical was that just to kind of ignite everything?

BILLY NAPIER: Yeah. I mean, Trevor was on fire out there tonight. I mean, just the instincts, the vision. Him and Montrell both were in situations where they made guys miss tackles. And then after contact created big plays. You think about the screen, Montrell gets a little piece of the guy. Both of those guys have got great contact balance. And what’s good for our team is they’re some of the hardest working kids that we have. They have character. They’re extremely bright. They set a great example. So I think that helps your team when your best players are the best examples.

Q. You have another game when first half, four consecutive scoring drives there. How important was that, the efficiency to help your defense out the rest of the way?

BILLY NAPIER: Yeah. Well, we knew we needed to start fast. If you look at the analytics, if you’re down at halftime against this crew — now, it’s a different Tennessee team, but I think just in general the importance of starting fast. We emphasized that. And I think they were ready to play early. Although we didn’t get points in the first possession, we were ready to play. And then defensively, after that first possession, we kind of settled in. And we chewed up some clock. Not only did we score — I don’t know how many play drives those were, but we were able to be efficient and rush the ball, convert on third down and have a pretty good lead. We found a way to win. I probably was a little too conservative in the second half. All that being said, when it’s a three touchdown game and your defense is playing well, you’re trying to get to the house with a W.

Q. You had 21 minutes plus of possession there in the first half. Would you talk about that.

BILLY NAPIER: Yeah. I mean, I felt like the pace of their offense, the play count, numbers can get up there. You’re talking high 70s, low 80s on average when you play a Tennessee team. So, ultimately, if you can move the ball with some consistency and convert on third. We took a two-down approach a couple times knowing that we would go for it if we needed to. And those worked. And, ultimately, we just converted on third down. The quarterback was fantastic. And you get those two backs going, and it makes everything easier for the quarterback.

Q. Just how gratifying was it to see the way you executed the game plan? And then ESPN reported that Eugene Wilson had a collarbone issue?

BILLY NAPIER: Yeah. So Trey is going to be fine. The x-ray was normal. I think he has a bruise of some — you know, but he wasn’t able to return. Just didn’t have the strength to return. He wanted to play, but I don’t think he was ready to play. So we’ll be able to give you a little bit more of an update on Monday or Wednesday of next week. But right now, he wasn’t able to play in the game.

Q. Billy, what kind of jumped out to you about your defense’s performance as a whole tonight? I think that’s the third fewest points Heupel has ever scored as a head coach.

BILLY NAPIER: Yeah. I think, first of all, Coach Armstrong and the defensive staff had a terrific plan. We obviously spend a lost of time on these things not just in season but off season. We did our homework. We spent extensive time in the off season and certainly a little bit in training camp and obviously throughout the week. I think what gets overlooked here is maybe the scalp teams and the job they did throughout the week replicating the tempo. Numerous walk throughs. We put them in the indoor with crowd noise. We threw two teams at them. I’m not sure how many reps we took this week, but we took a lot. And, ultimately, we played — we tackled for the most part in space well on the perimeter, especially as the game settled in. We created negatives. We knew going into the game, first down would be important. We created some negative plays. They had procedure penalties. The crowd affected them. And, ultimately, you talk about third down stops and fourth down stops, right? So those guys played their tail off, man. I can’t imagine playing much better outside of that first possession. Don’t forget the turnover in the short field, right? That was a huge momentum play in the game.

Q. The turnover and then to create a short field with Devin there. How significant was that? And to be able to generate turnovers in a game where Tennessee is trying to operate so quickly?

BILLY NAPIER: How many fourth downs did they — three, right? So, to me, those are turnovers, right? So, I mean, when you have a four turnover game on defense, it’s going to be hard to beat you. So the pick was huge, right, just because we affected the quarterback. All the things we talk about all week. Protect our quarterback, affect their quarterback, to hit the guy and the ball to go up and get it on the short field and then to cash it in. And you’re at home and that crowd gets behind you and there’s a ton of momentum there.

Q. And then just with Adam struggling in the kicking to be able to change kickers like that and bring in something who could be effective. How significant was that? And just on Trey’s performance?

BILLY NAPIER: Adam — nobody wants to do their job more than he does. And I think much like many of you when you go play golf sometimes you show up and you don’t quite have it, you know. He hit a couple low balls early there. And we just felt like Trey has been doing well in practice, and we decided to put Trey in there. And, look, Adam’s not the only player out there that made mistakes tonight? You know, there were several others out there. I made a bunch of mistakes myself. We’ll continue to work and try to improve. And I promise you nobody wants to do their job more than Adam does.

Q. Coach, you talk about your people and your players seeing the fruits of their success and the validation. What about you personally? I don’t know if you hear all this criticism out there, but what about you?

BILLY NAPIER: Yeah, you know, I think, ultimately, I think you got to keep perspective. I mean, I think that — you know, I think that if you’re seeing things relative to your standard, right? If you’re always evaluating am I doing the best I can do relative to my role on the team, right? And oftentimes you don’t feel like you did your best, you know, and sometimes that affects your team, it affects your players, it affects your staff. That’s a huge motivator, right? So I think if you’re building a culture, you want a loyal group. And I think as a leader, it’s really, really important that you do your best for your people.

And, look, you’ve got to have a foundation. You’ve got to have some value. You’ve got to have an identity independent of the game, right? And I think for me, that’s a faith foundation. Right? So that helps you keep perspective, right? And I think this game’s always been about people. And I think if you’ve got purpose, right, and you have a foundation, and you view the game for what it is — it is a game. And I think it gives you an opportunity to teach things. If you lose sight of that, I don’t think you’ve got a chance, right? So, ultimately, those things will continue to be tested. There’s no doubt about it, right? So success is a dirty process, right? And, ultimately, it’s rewarding. You have to go through some ups and downs along the way.

Q. Billy, in odd years, you get some big recruiting weekends. And this one is always one of them. What does a win like this do from that standpoint to have a night like this in The Swamp?

BILLY NAPIER: Yeah. You’ve got to get them in the building and you’ve got to cash it in, right? You know, that place is special, you know. I grew up watching games on TV, right? I grew up watching Florida and Tennessee. So we’ve got one of the best game day experiences in all of football. I mean, that place, when it’s sold out and they’re into it like they were tonight, there’s not another place like it in the country, right? So to get kids in there for them to have a front row seat to that, for them to see our players play with the effort and to play with the loyalty that they played tonight, I mean, it only helps. It adds to the product and the experience that we have to offer the players. University of Florida is unmatched, the student-athlete experience here is second to none, right? So pretty good night. Pretty good night.

Q. How do you explain the leadership of Kingsley and Tyreak Sapp tonight in the trenches?

BILLY NAPIER: Yeah. No. I think without question, you know, we won the battle up front on both sides of the ball. And I think Kingsley, there was a presence there during the week and I think before the game, within the game. His personality — I mean, Kingsley is an alpha, right? And he’s got an edge to him. And I think that rubs off on the group. And Sapp’s the same way. We talk about being a black flag guy, Sapp is a black flag guy, right? So Sapp is a player that never has a bad day. He is an effort guy. He’s tough. He’s physical. He’s one of our best practice players. You walk around the corner and you see Sapp, he makes you better. And those two definitely impacted our team for the better tonight.

Q. Hey, Billy, as you continue to build this thing, what’s a win like this in this environment — we talk about belief, how much does that augment that belief going forward? I know you guys have made a lot of gains in the program, recruiting, facilities, but to win one like this at your place in your environment.

BILLY NAPIER: Yeah. I think the most important thing is the players in that locker room. I’d like to think the staff — we got young staff that may be — you know, what are they thinking in their head at times. But I think ultimately for your players, there is — it galvanizes your team a little bit. All of a sudden you say, hey, you’re late. You got a 300 yard shuttle after practice. All of a sudden that carries a little more weight than it did before. Right? So just the discipline, the attention to detail. We’re probably a little over the top at times, but I think, ultimately, it’s helped us have success in the past.

We ask a lot of our players. And, look, when you’re not getting a return on the investment, you know, much like you guys do, you take your money and go somewhere else, right? So, ultimately, I think that group will double down. We got good veteran players that have set a good example, and we’ve got some really talented young players that I think it’s good for them to experience what they experienced today.

All right, guys, thank you all.


GRAHAM MERTZ: Sorry, everybody. Headband with a polo on. It’s a good look.

Q. Just being able to put together those four touchdown drives in the first half, what was working, what was clicking to have the kind of completion percentage? You had also 17 of 20?

GRAHAM MERTZ: Yeah. I think the big thing that I was proud about was — I mean, we hit on it after week one. We said, look, we flat out didn’t execute. And then the thing I’m proud about is that the guys took that to heart. And the moments we needed to execute, the guys were on, and we executed. I think that goes back to the work week. Like, Tennessee is a great team. And I’m proud of how we executed in the moment when you needed to make the play. Coach always talks about make the play. And I think across the board we saw guys from — young guys, old guys, across the board, guys were just making that play. So I’m definitely proud of this group.

Q. And also a little surprised at the end of the game that you took that shot and —

GRAHAM MERTZ: I had no idea.

Q. — what did it mean for your teammates to defend you like that?

GRAHAM MERTZ: I think that just shows what this locker room is about. I can say from my end, I love every single guy in that locker room, and I’m going to fight with them every single day. That’s across the board. So that definitely means a ton. But any time — that was just the weirdest end to a game I’ve ever had, but I guess that’s Tennessee. That’s kind of how it goes. But, no, man, I’m excited. I’m proud of this group.

Q. Your coach said that in the last 17 days, this team stuck together, no finger pointing. How critical in your experience is that for helping enable what happened tonight?

GRAHAM MERTZ: I think the biggest thing there is what’s the easy thing to do? It’s to point. And it’s always to point a finger. But when you do that, you have, what, three pointing right back at you. So what I’m proud about is that we talked about that up front. We said, look, adversity is going to happen in the season. What are we going to do? And the thing we decided is we’re going to look internally, see, okay, what can I do better for the team? How can I serve the team better? And I think across the board I saw that. Guys took that to heart. They looked at what they were doing and how can I be better for everybody next to me. And that shows on game day. It shows every day in practice, in film, walk throughs, lifts. So I’m proud of how this team went internal and figured, okay, how can I serve everybody on this team to make it better. And that means a lot to me and every single person in that locker room.

Q. I hate to ask you about injury after the game, but we saw you wearing the glove. We talked about your toughness. What happened? Have you ever had that experience before having to wear a left-hand glove in the middle of a game?

GRAHAM MERTZ: I did last year. Something little. I was fine. It was just a little something. So I did it last year. I had a little sprain last year. So I wasn’t afraid — I knew that if I threw a glove on it, everything would be fine for now.

Q. Knock on wood, right?

GRAHAM MERTZ: We’re all good.

Q. The second straight week you guys run off several drives in a row, completely efficient and you score. Would you talk about how this team is growing with your offensive efficiency, making plays, everybody playing cohesively?

GRAHAM MERTZ: Yeah. I think we’re playing complete offensive football. When you’re running the ball effectively and you’re making plays in the passing game, you’re executing on third down, you’re not getting third and longs. I mean, I think the big thing about this game in college football is staying ahead of the sticks. And I think our team is doing a good job of that right now. So, I mean, it’s — you’ve got to just thank the big boys up front, man. They’re fighting all day. It’s hot out there. It was a little humid. Those dudes go. So we — all the skill players, I can’t them enough. But the boys up front, man, they train for it every day and they go out there and execute it. It means a ton.

Q. How about the pump fake?

GRAHAM MERTZ: It’s kind of funny. We’ve talked about that. We just talked about it a bunch in meetings. And we’re like, look, if you ever get down there, just try the pump fake. And I was like, all right. So, yeah, it worked out.

Q. Graham, what’s been clicking for you? Your completion percentage is off the charts, particularly in the first half.

A. Yeah. I think it’s my process, man. Like all week, it’s just investing in making the right decision in everything I do, whether that’s — it’s so cliche, but when you stack small wins, it makes something like a game pretty easy. I know if I’m setting myself up for success and, really, I feel like I owe it every single day to this program, these players, man. I owe them everything I got. And that’s what I’m going to give them every single day. Yeah. It’s just the process, every single day, man. It’s long days, but it’s worth it when that’s the result.

Q. Billy said he might have gotten a little conservative in the second half and not just, you know, kept — wasn’t aggressive play calling maybe because the defense was playing well, a big lead. What did you kind of see there?

GRAHAM MERTZ: Yeah, I mean, it was — it’s so different. I mean, everybody — no one really talks about it, but the new ruling with the clock, it changes the game a little bit. So there’s a new aspect to it that we’re in constant communication about. So, I mean, I think at the time of the game, where the score was, I mean, we had to milk the clock a little bit. We all know that. Everybody in the stands knew that. But whatever coach says, I’m going to trust with all my heart and I’m going all in on it. Never once would I ever doubt anything that he does.

Q. The screen pass, that touchdown really seemed to fire you up. You have a guy bearing down on you and you get rid of it and Montrell sheds a tackle. How satisfying was that to be able to make that kind of play?

A. I think — this might be a little weird to explain, but the reason I was so fired up about that — I mean, I always talk about process and everything. But the amount of times we repped that this week and Coach Napier, Coach O’Hara everybody told me, look, if you execute it with this technique, they’re going to think they got you sacked. You’re going to have a split second to get it out. And trusted the technique to a tee. And I was more fired up for all of us just because we repped it. We talked about it. And that’s when plays are super fun. That’s when this game is fun is when you rep it all the time and then you get on game day and it works out how you rep it. So that’s why I was fired up for that one.

Q. You kind of touched on it a little bit before, but what’s it like when you’re quarterbacking and you see your offensive line, particularly in the first half, really asserting itself and kind of controlling things. How much easier does that make your job, and just talk about them a little if you don’t mind.

GRAHAM MERTZ: Oh, man, I could talk about them for days. I mean, I think going into the game we knew it was going to be physical. I mean, it’s Florida-Tennessee, you know what you’re getting into. So we knew that up front we had to set the tone. We harped on it all week. The big thing I saw about that group is just the communication all week. I mean, they knew it was going to be like that. They wanted to be the aggressor. And, really, in everything we were doing, that was their mindset. And it shows on game day. I mean, I love that group so much, but, yeah, they make our job a little bit easier as skill players so —

Q. Billy started his part of the press conference by thanking the fans who came to this game.

GRAHAM MERTZ: Man, oh, my gosh.

Q. But coming from Big 10 country, does this even compare or how do you even —

GRAHAM MERTZ: Man, it got loud. I was on the side, I couldn’t hear my coach in front of me. I was trying to figure it out. Man, it got rocking. Yeah. We knew we got The Swamp, man. And when that place is fired up, that’s truly special. So, yeah, we owe it to them to thank them for everything we got too. Coach hit on it in his press conference. I saw it on an Instagram, he was like, you have the opportunity to affect the game, and they truly affected the game. So props to them, man. That was freaking awesome.

Q. Was there a point there where you looked coach — it was so loud, like —

GRAHAM MERTZ: Oh, yeah, a couple of times. No, definitely. It was — that place was rocking, man.

Q. Graham, obviously, one of the moments that it was the loudest was Trevor’s touchdown in the first quarter. Can you talk about what that did for the offense, you know, obviously, as a whole. You guys go down the field, miss the field goal, and then, obviously, they get the quick touchdown. What did that do to kind of restore confidence in the offense?

GRAHAM MERTZ: I think just — I mean, he’s right there. He’s going to hear me talk about this. But the way — the way our running back room runs the ball — I mean, their intent is they’re getting in that paint every single time they touch the ball. And you see that in practice every day. I always talk about practice. I always talk about the process. But that is what this game is all about. And if you don’t trust it, you try to take shortcuts, that room does not take one shortcut any day of the week. Yeah. Early touchdown sets the tone, sets the pads a little bit, and it was great for us. I appreciate that entire room.


Q. How big was that 62 yard touchdown you think just to the team effort tonight to kind of get things rolling?

TREVOR ETIENNE: I mean, it was a critical point in the game I feel like. I feel like we needed a big play to get the offense going, and it just happened to be me that made the play. And I was just thankful for that. But I felt like that really set the tone of the confidence on our sideline.

Q. 173 yards, a career high. How are you feeling about the performance you had?

TREVOR ETIENNE: I mean, just grateful. I want to give a shout-out to my O-line, first of all. Just thankful for those guys. Like I said earlier in the week, it was going to be a physical game. And they came out and dominated for 60 minutes. And I just want to say thank you. I owe those guys. I have to take them out to dinner or something.

Q. You bounced back big time from the Utah game. You surpassed the first two games. You had more carries tonight than you did in the first two games combined. Yardage, we already covered that. How did you gain your confidence back? How did you come through tonight and possibly the toughest opponent that you guys have faced to this point?

TREVOR ETIENNE: I really just fed off of the energy on the sideline, man. Everybody was amped up for this game. They knew how much it meant to not just us but the Gator Nation, the players that played ahead of us in this game, and just off that energy. It just had everyone fired up.

Q. So you think the fans were a big part of that?

TREVOR ETIENNE: Definitely. Definitely, man. I was standing on the training table trying to hype the fans up one defensive drive, man. I’m just thankful for those guys.

Q. How special is it to get your first SEC win here in The Swamp when it was sold out tonight?

TREVOR ETIENNE: I mean, it means a lot. Sold out, packed Swamp. It doesn’t get any better than this. I feel like The Swamp is the best stadium to play in in the SEC.

Q. On the touchdown run, you kind of bump into their corner back and you’ve got a step on him. Talk about blowing by him. You kind of had that look like he ain’t going to catch me.

TREVOR ETIENNE: No, man. I had the end zone in my eyesight, and I was going to do anything to get there.

Q. Would you talk also about — you know, so many times there on third down, you make a tough gain and you’re breaking tackles, et cetera, like that. Were you just super motivated tonight or something?

TREVOR ETIENNE: Definitely. I knew this game was going to be physical, and we were going to have to play hard. And I wanted to keep our offense out of those tough play calling downs, keep us from being backed up. Running backs, we had to run the ball hard. So that was our goal each and every play.

Q. As a running back room after the Utah game, what were the conversations like, just about maybe frustration or the need to get the run game knowing? And now I guess how relieving is it? You’ve had two games back to back where you guys were great on the ground.

TREVOR ETIENNE: Coming from the Utah game, we didn’t really touch the ball that much. But the way we took it was how can we affect the game without the ball? How can we be a threat without the ball? We didn’t try to focus on so much that we didn’t get the ball. We just tried to worry on being the best teammate we could be without the ball.

Q. So 7 of 8 on third down in the first half. I think you came into the game 6 of 19 on the season. Is that like — is that how this offense, how efficient this offense can be? It was pretty flawless at that point.

TREVOR ETIENNE: I mean, definitely. I feel like this team we saw tonight in the first half, I mean, when we’re playing like that, we’re a really great team. We just have to be consistent and keep being that team week in and week out.

Q. Good answer to a bad question.


Q. Trevor, a couple questions. First off, Coach Napier last week talked about the preparation Sunday through Saturday. How did that match the effort tonight, first off?

TREVOR ETIENNE: I mean, I’m sure you seen it out there. Guys were amped up. They knew how much this game meant and just focused on the details in practice and walk throughs and taking advantage of every situation that coach puts us through in those practice settings, it just prepares us for the game.

Q. Second question, are you going to be in Jacksonville tomorrow?

TREVOR ETIENNE: No. I have to lift at 4 tomorrow, so it’s kind of challenging balancing.

Q. Trevor, can you just talk about — obviously, last week, you, Montrell, Trevaun all got pretty equal workload. Did you know coming into the game that you were going to kind of be the lead back this week?

TREVOR ETIENNE: No. I had no idea. It was shocking to me. I mean, I’m just thankful for those guys too because even though it was me in the game most of the time, they were still pushing me, still encouraging me, still giving me tips when I came off the field. So I’m just thankful to have those guys in my circle.

Q. Both Billy and Graham spoke about how in the second half you guys have a big lead, maybe playing more conservatively. You know then you’re going to be featured a little bit more. Is there something you’re doing at halftime knowing that they’re expecting the run a little bit more or, you know, you just pretty much follow the same strategy in the second half?

TREVOR ETIENNE: Definitely. I knew we were going to run the ball a little more. So the main thing we talked is with the running back group, we were just focused on protecting the ball. Don’t have any lazy turnovers, any dumb turnovers.

Q. I know you said you’re not going to be in Jacksonville tomorrow, but do you and your brother critique each other and talk several times during the week and maybe you give him tips and he gives you tips?

TREVOR ETIENNE: Definitely. I’m going to have to call him after this. I’m sure he has some plays he wants to talk about. It’s never enough. I never done anything right. And I’m the same with him. I try to stay on him, just week in and week out.

Q. (No microphone.)

TREVOR ETIENNE: Man, I said early in the week, he looked like he’s been here before and just the way he was making it look easy. That kid is special.

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