"I'm not ready to put him in the Gator Hall of Fame or the National Football League Hall of Fame, but I think he is really learning how to play the position and knows what to expect and is starting to feel real comfortable with his pieces around him," said UF head coach Jim McElwain. "He's starting to spread it around and throwing to the guys that are open."
Del Rio threw for 320 yards, four touchdowns and one interception in the SEC opener. In the last two games, he has thrown for just under 600 yards, completing over 60 percent of his passes and scoring six touchdowns. He is the first Florida quarterback since Tim Tebow in 2007 to throw for 250-plus yards and complete 55 percent of his passes in consecutive games.
Del Rio discusses the win over Kentucky and the offense in the video above.