Flushing, NY — It was late July, and the Miami Hurricanes were in the midst of a bye week.

Bortls and the rest of the Florida Gator offense was trying to build a lead.

As the game neared, the Gators offense was in a frenzy.

It was on, so they went to Borts and asked for his number.

BORTLS: It’s not the first time I’ve been asked that question.

It’s something that I have to live with, but I have the confidence that I will be able to handle it.

When it was all said and done, it was an amazing performance from Bortes.

Florida Gats QB Blake Bell and the Florida Gators offense went for an 89-yard touchdown pass in the second quarter.

Florida went on to win the game, 17-13.

(Photo: Jim Mone, USA TODAY Sports)Florida Gators RB Jakeem Grant finished the game with 2 catches for 25 yards.

Florida QB Jacoby Brissett completed 13-of-26 passes for 146 yards.

B.J. Johnson also had four catches for 73 yards.

The Gators offense struggled against Miami, but it was not to the point where the Gators would have been shut out.

BOSTON UNIVERSITY – THE STOREHOUSE Florida Gophers RB Jordan Scarlett led the way for the Gophers, who came out with a 7-0 lead with less than five minutes left in the first quarter.

Scarlett caught six passes for 113 yards and two touchdowns.

Scarlett finished with 1,814 yards rushing and 13 touchdowns.

Florida’s defense allowed six touchdowns, but Scarlett was able to catch eight passes for 140 yards and three scores.

BORN: Oct. 4, 1987 HT: 6’1″ WT: 185 LB: Marcus Cannon CUT: OLB – OLB Aaron Bess – DE Aaron Cox – DT J.D. McFarland – CB Jairus Byrd – S Jakeem Stewart – WR Nick DeCosey – RB Tyler Killebrew – RB Dwayne Haskins – QB Dwayne Nunez – QB Sam Tehan – LB Jordan Smith – WR Jordan Thompson – WR Tyler Wilson – TE Nick Vannett – TE Dwayne Washington – TE Jake Wiegand – WR Devin Bell – WR Mike Williams – WR Chris Ritter – LB Brandon Thomas – CB Connor Young – CB Marcus Allen – CB Kendall Jones – S Brandon Young – DE Devonte Fields – LB Nick Blevins – CB Devin Thompson – DL Jake Evans – DE Kianz Collins – DL Brandon Smith – DL Nicki Marcello – DL Isaiah Jackson – LB Jalen Collins – LB Austin Hurd – LB Zach Breske – LB Michael McNeil – LB Darrin Reed – LB Anthony Hargrove – DL Chris Thompson – LB Justin Brown – DL Jordan Rittenhouse – LB J.

J Walker – LB DeMarcus Lattimore – LB Marcus Sturgis – LB Kaleb Jackson – OL B.K. Johnson – OL Nick VanVleet – OL Zach Moore – OL Matt Broussard – OL David Jones – OL Josh Dyer – OL Kadeem Davis – OL Cameron Lee – OL Austin Johnson – OT David Johnson – DE Jordan Todman – OT Nick Bosa – OT Kyle Kline – OT Chris Thompson * – Undrafted prospect Josh Ferguson was also an option on offense.

FERGUS: I’m pretty excited for my first game here, I’ve never been here, but this was a really cool opportunity for me to get to experience the program and have a lot of fans and a lot a great atmosphere to play against some of the best guys in the country.

This game is going to be huge for me, I can’t wait to get out there and play.

I’m excited to get started.

I can honestly say that the guys in uniform have been awesome to play for.

They’re the nicest guys in all of college football.

I have a great group of guys behind me, so it’s going to definitely be an awesome experience for me.

I really appreciate the support.

I know I’m just going to play my game and I’m going to come out here and play with confidence.

I just want to put the ball in the end zone.

We’re going to make it a lot easier on ourselves for me and make sure that I’m on top of my game.

It won’t be easy for me at all.

It will be fun.

This is my first time here, so I’ve got to learn a lot.

It is going for me right now, but we’ll see what I can do. (AP)