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Benches clear after targeting call in Florida-Vanderbilt Derek Mason, Dan Mullen have verbal altercation during Vanderbilt-Florida
Cary Erickson | 14 October, 2018, 06:55

After falling behind 21-3 to Vanderbilt midway through the second quarter Saturday, there was no panic on the Florida sideline.

Before the teams trotted to the locker room, however, James Houston was ejected on a targeting call and linebacker Vosean Joseph was ejected after picking up his second unsportsmanlike-conduct penalty of the afternoon.

They'd take the lead at the beginning of the fourth quarter after a 48-yard touchdown run by Jordan Scarlett on the Gators' opening drive. That series of events prompted a shouting match between Vanderbilt coach Derek Mason and UF defensive coordinator Todd Grantham as Mason attended to Odeingbo near the UF sideline.

The Gators did respond well in the second half.

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Florida head coach Dan Mullen then had to be restrained by an official. Calm down, guys, it's only the first half.

Florida has started out pretty flat, while the Commodores showed up to play. "We had a lot of mistakes early on in the game, and mistakes happen in football". "Obviously at the end of the day, we're just trying to play the game the right way, keep the game safe, and make sure when everybody walks out of there, it's the referee's job to referee the game and not ours". The Commodores are still searching for their first SEC win of 2018, while Florida sits at 3-1 in conference play. "Everyone just believing in me, they've always got my back, like 'Come on, we've still got this.' Stuff like that helped us come back and keep the momentum on our side when it really wasn't". "If you like being told how great you are, get back to work, and let's win again", Mullen told reporters. Don't try to cowboy and do your own thing.

"It's just us locking in and focusing", Scarlett said. "It's how you fight through adversity and how you respond, and I think we responded really well". "And we did enough of that in the second half to win". Jamauri Wakefield also ran for a TD. The defense played well early in the season, including a tough 22-17 loss at Notre Dame, but has allowed an average of 35 points over the last three games - a stretch that includes a narrow 31-27 win over FCS opponent Tennessee State.