Kyle Trask's Dad Rips Florida Receivers, Defense During Cotton Bowl

Kyle Trask is not having his best performance. The Heisman Trophy finalist started the Cotton Bowl with three first-quarter interceptions, which is one reason why Florida is currently down 41-13 to Oklahoma in the third quarter.

Trask is also missing all of his top options in the passing game. Kyle Pitts, Kadarius Toney and Trevon Grimes all opted out earlier in the week, while Jacob Copeland is out due to COVID-19. But Trask has made uncharacteristic decisions on Wednesday night that have hindered the Gators' offense.

That hasn't stopped his dad, Michael Trask, from ripping the other struggling parts of the team, though. David Soderquist shared a few Facebook posts from Michael on Twitter, and let's just say there is some pent up frustration.

The first post: "Way to go Grantham... living up to expectations."

The second: "Can anybody catch a ball on this this team?????????????"

Note: I may have been a little lax on the question marks. I honestly didn't feel like counting. Forgive me.

So, Michael Trask has now blamed his son's receivers and the defensive coordinator. That's not going to go over well. He may be absolutely right, but it's still not going to go over well. And his son has played a part in this lopsided game.

Kyle is in a no-win situation here. The weapons lost are all those guys he has spent an entire season -- and more -- building chemistry with. Things changed on a dime. It's a little unrealistic to expect him to perform to the standard we've seen.

With that being said, ripping on your son's team via social media, especially when your son is the face of that team, is not a good move.

We're not even to the fourth quarter yet, either. Who knows what could happen.

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