In a game that was tied 20-20 and appeared headed for overtime, UF quarterback Feleipe Franks broke the huddle with only nine seconds remaining looking for 30 yards — 30 precious yards that would put Eddy Pineiro within range for a possible game-winning field goal.
“What was that range? You were about to find out,” UF coach Jim McElwain said.
But as Franks rolled right and out of the pocket, he glimpsed to his left and saw sophomore wide receiver Tyrie Cleveland racing behind the Tennessee secondary. Franks planted his foot and launched a perfect strike to Cleveland, who cradled the ball in his arms as he fell about five yards into the end zone.