Florida quarterback Emory Jones vomited on the Cotton Bowl field after scoring a touchdown for the Gators, then chugged Pedialiye on the sideline.
The grossest moment of the 2020 bowl season didn’t come in the Duke’s Mayo Bowl like we all might have expected. It came courtesy of Florida quarterback Emory Jones in the Cotton Bowl.
Jones had just punched in a touchdown to give the Gators new life after they fell behind early against Oklahoma, only to spill his guts on his way back to the sideline. The cameras caught it all.
Emory Jones casually puking all over the field
— PFF College (@PFF_College) December 31, 2020
It’s the way he unloaded on the turf as though he were simply spitting out some water that makes the moment astounding. It’s not the only time he apparently had to vomit either.
Twitter definitely took notice.
We just going to ignore Emory Jones just puking all the way off the field?
— Chris (@stillthejake216) December 31, 2020
Florida QB Emory Jones punches it across the goal line for a TD, then immediately stands up and starts puking neon green colored Gatorade all over the field. Now that's football. #CottonBowl2020
— INANE (@theINANEpodcast) December 31, 2020
I swear Emory Jones is puking on the field after each play.
— Brad Smith (@crimsontide921) December 31, 2020
Emory Jones puking and chugging that Pedialyte on the sideline…. Been there bro.
— Shawn Gannon (@shawngannon) December 31, 2020
Emory Jones chugging that pedialyte. Filling up for some more TDs. pic.twitter.com/gb9Yxvkkje
— Benzodiazememe (@Benzodiazememe1) December 31, 2020
You’ve gotta hope the Cotton Bowl has a hose nearby. Leaving Jones’ stomach acid all over the field doesn’t sound ideal.
Someone needs to go sanitize Emory Jones dude keeps puking.
— Michael Wiggins (@UGATillIDie) December 31, 2020
Florida’s performance in the opening minutes of the game might have been enough to make Gator fans sick. They fell behind 17-0 after three Kyle Trask interceptions in the first quarter.
A couple of field goals and Jones’ 1-yard touchdown run put Florida back in contention with the Sooners before Spencer Rattler produced two touchdown drives in the four minutes before half time.