TAMPA, Fla. (AP) — No. 13 Florida tuned up for the start of Southeastern Conference play with a 42-20 rout of overmatched South Florida that did little to answer the question of whether starter Emory Jones or backup Anthony Richardson is best suited to run the Gators offense. The quarterbacks shared playing time for the second straight week, with each having his way in the opening half against a USF defense that allowed touchdowns on five consecutive possessions after producing a three-and-out to start the game. Jones threw for one touchdown and ran for another, but also tossed two interceptions. Richardson ran for 115 yards and one TD while throwing for 152 yards and two scores.