I thought ESPN had the best explanation for Furman's early lead on UF in an article by Michael DiRocco. "Furman came out for its first offensive series at Florida Field on Saturday afternoon not in its normal pro-style formation. The Paladins lined up in a double-slot option look, and the Gators were scrambling." The article has more details such as how UF had to adjust to the different blocking patterns. The Gainesville Sun only briefly mentioned that the defense had to "adjust" and is a little too superficial to give readers a good understanding in my opinion. UF's defense played pretty well once they adjusted.
What's with the Orlando Sentinel? So many articles in that paper seem like they are written by trolls. Didn't Bianchi work for the Gainesville Sun? I don't remember his writing stuff like he writes now when he was at the Sun. There was a guy at the Sentinel during the Spurrier years who I think was named Larry Guest. He seemed more interested in annoying people than informing them. If I remember correctly Spurrier reacted to him similarly to the way he recently reacted to the South Carolina reporter. Then there was the reporter a couple years ago who wrote the article about a Gator player saying Tebow wasn't a "real quarterback". It should have been clear to the reporter than the player meant Tebow wasn't a classical drop back quarterback but yet he wrote an article that seemed to be designed just to embarrass the player. Meyer made news the next day telling the reporter what he thought of the article.