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Gainesville, FL (Sports Network) - Mack Brown ran for 112 yards with a pair of touchdowns, leading 10th-ranked Florida to a 24-6 victory over Toledo in the season opener at the Swamp. Jeff Driskel was an efficient 17-of-22 passing for 153 yards with a score for the Gators (1-0), who were 11-2 last season with a Sugar Bowl loss to Louisville. "In the first half, we kind of hurt ourselves on a couple drives. Other than that, they couldnt really stop anything we were throwing at them," Driskel said. A stout Florida defense kept Toledo out of the end zone, as a pair of Jeremiah Detmer field goals accounted for the Rockets only scoring. Toledo (0-1) was 9-4 last year with a loss to Utah State in the Potato Bowl. Florida took its opening possession 84 yards for a score. Driskel completed each of his three passes on the 11-play march, which ended with a 1-yard touchdown run by Brown. A 29-yard run by Valdez Showers set up a 24-yard Austin Hardin field goal early in the second quarter for a 10-0 Florida lead before Detmer answered with a 44-yard kick to get Toledo on the board. The Rockets score came after Driskel was sacked and fumbled near midfield. Florida then went 83 yards for another score. Driskel started the 10-play set with passes of 14 and 21 yards, and Brown capped it with a 14-yard TD run to make it 17-3. Brown had 97 yards at the intermission, while Driskel was 10-of-11 for 101 yards as Florida outgained Toledo, 237-101, in the opening 30 minutes. Detmer kicked a 23-yard field goal to cap Toledos first series of the second half -- one aided by three Florida penalties for 25 yards -- and the Gators were unable to mount much of an offensive threat during the third quarter. The Florida defense, though, came up with the big play when Vernon Hargreaves picked off Terrance Owens and returned the interception 15 yards to the Toledo 23. Five plays later, Driskel found Gideon Ajagbe in the end zone from four yards away to increase the lead to 24-6 in the final minute of the third. Hardin missed a 39-yard field goal try early in the fourth and Toledos next series ended near midfield with just 6:49 to play. The Rockets never got the ball back, as Florida ran out the remaining time. Owens completed 17-of-38 passes for 155 yards with an interception in defeat. "We didnt execute some of the details, things that of course we would want to execute, but I never saw our kids give up and I think that attitude, that effort, the commitment level that weve reached as a foundation of our football program I saw that carry on for four quarters," Toledo head coach Matt Campbell said. Game Notes Florida outgained Toledo, 415-205, and held the Rockets to just 50 yards on the ground ... The Gators were penalized 10 times for 70 yards ... Florida held the ball for nearly 40 minutes ... The Rockets were 1-for-13 on third down ... 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Sami Vatanen had a goal and an assist and Anaheim used a four-goal first period to extend their winning streak to six games with a 5-2 win over the Detroit Red Wings on Tuesday night.St. Paul, MN (SportsNetwork.com) - Ryan Kesler had two goals and an assist as the Anaheim Ducks nabbed a 5-4 win over the Minnesota Wild on Friday. Tim Jackman posted a goal and an assist while Jakob Silfverberg and Matt Beleskey each scored for the Ducks, who have won their past three. Frederik Andersen allowed four goals on 25 shots. We did what we do best and thats play below the circles, Ducks coach Bruce Boudreau said. We took advantage of it and [Beleskey], whos had a pretty hot hand this year, scored again. Mikko Koivu, Zach Parise, Justin Fontaine and Jonas Brodin all scored for the Wild, who were coming off a win over Montreal on Wednesday. Darcy Kuemper allowed all five goals on 18 shots. Well have to discuss [how comfortable the team is with Kuemper], Wild coach Mike Yeo said. Obviously, we have to make sure were strong there. Well evaluate that carefully. Minnesota went up 4-3 on Fontaines goal at 2:07 in the final period, a slap shot from the right wing for his second of the year. Anaheim, though, tied the game just 90 seconds later as Jackmans shot from the low left circle snuck past Kuemper. Just under five minutes later, the Ducks took the lead for good as Ryan Getzlaf sent a backhand pass from the left side of the net to the low left circle where Beleskeys one-timer found the back of the net for a 5-4 lead. Minnesota pulled Kuemper from the net after the goal aand Niklas Backstrom held the fort, stopping three shots the rest of the way.dddddddddddd The Wild, though, were unable to net the equalizer as the Ducks escaped with the victory. Anaheim scored just 1:31 in as Kesler buried a wrister on a short break, and it was a 2-0 game at 11:44 of the first as Andrew Cogliano swept the puck on net from the right side and Silfverberg snapped home the rebound. The Ducks took a 3-0 lead at 2:28 of the second when Kesler came down the middle and drifted to the right where he beat Kuemper with a wrister under the glove. Minnesota, though, scored a pair of power-play goals separated by 11 seconds as Koivu scored on a 5-on-3, when his shot from a sharp angle at the right side hit off the skate of a Duck and went in. Parise then scored shortly after the faceoff when he skated down the left wing and snapped a wrister between the legs of Andersen. Brodin tied the game with 2:11 to play in the second as his heavy wrister from the slot went through a screen and into the right corner for his first of the season. Game Notes Anaheim forward Corey Perry left the game with a lower-body injury halfway through the first period ... Minnesota defenseman Ryan Suter missed a second straight game with the mumps ... Anaheim plays at Winnipeg on Sunday ... Anaheim took a 2-1 win at home against Minnesota on Oct. 17. ' ' '
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