Quick hits: Tavarres King enjoyed last outing against Florida despite not having a catch

Senior receiver Tavarres King was held without a catch against Florida for the first time since the Georgia Tech game in 2010, breaking a streak of 22 straight games with a catch.

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Despite being held without a catch, wide receiver Tavarres King said Saturday's win over Florida was the sweetest since it was his last one.

“I felt like I left a few plays out there just in route running and things of that sort,” King said.

He still enjoyed a second straight win over the Gators. “This one was a lot more sweeter,” King said. “It’s my last go-round.”

Center David Andrews practiced without limitations on Tuesday after sustaining a left knee contusion in the second quarter against Florida.

“I just didn’t say anything because I didn’t want to be bothered with it,” Andrews said.

Linebacker Chase Vasser (shoulder) didn’t practice. Hicks practiced in a non-contact jersey.

Offensive coordinator Mike Bobo on why offensive lineman Watts Dantzler wasn’t on the 70-man travel roster to Florida. “It was just a decision where some other guys practiced better last week.”

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