GAINESVILLE, Florida (Ticker) -- A visit from Division I-AA Florida A&M was the perfect tonic for No. 20 Florida.
Freshman DeShawn Wynn scored four touchdowns as the Gators shook off a humbling loss to Miami last week and had seven rushing touchdowns in a 63-3 victory over the Rattlers.
Florida squandered a 23-point lead in last week's loss to Miami in the Orange Bowl. The Gators, however, had little time time to feel sorry for themselves with Southeastern Conference rival Tennessee on the schedule next week.
"We wanted to make sure that we came out here and got better," Florida coach Ron Zook said. "I'm proud of our team. I'm proud of the way they they got prepared. I think we played well. We made improvement."
The Gators (2-1) toyed with their Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference foe, building a 35-3 halftime and posting their highest point total since an 82-6 win over Central Michigan in 1997.
Wynn, who ran for 100 yards in the loss to Miami, carried 14 times for 95 yards and scored on runs of two, six and 25 yards. He also caught three passes for 36 yards, including a six-yard TD pass from Ingle Martin late in the second quarter that gave the Gators a 35-3 lead.
"Tonight we wanted to establish the run a little bit and get on the ground," Wynn said. "We just tried to pound it down and get them tired in the first half."
Martin, who suffered a concussion against the Hurricanes, completed 10-of-12 passes for 139 yards with one touchdown and one interception.
"(The concussion) wasn't bad," Martin said. "It's just like getting on a bike. You get back out there and throw the ball again."
Freshman Chris Leak also was used and was 6-of-8 for 79 yards, including a seven-yard TD pass to Ben Troupe midway through the second quarter.
The lone score for Florida A&M (1-2) was a 47-yard field goal by Juan Vazquez in the first quarter.
"We tried our best to get the ball into the end zone, but the Gators were not very agreeable," Florida A&M coach Billy Joe said. "We tried to throw it in, we tried to run it in, but the Gators were very stingy on defense."
The Gators rolled up 536 yards, 309 of which came on the ground.
"The more you run the football, the more your offensive line fits," Zook said. "I wanted to make sure our running game was greased up."
Wynn's two-yard TD run and a three-yard TD run by Ciatrick Fason made it 14-3 after one quarter.
The Gators scored 21 second-quarter points on Leak's TD pass, a four-yard TD run by Ran Carthon and Martin's TD pass to Wynn.
The only score of the third quarter was Wynn's six-yard TD run. Florida padded its lead in the fourth quarter on Wynn's 25-yard TD run, a 50-yard TD run by Jintavis Walker and a 21-yard TD run by Skyler Thornton.
Florida has won 58 straight games at home against unranked opponents since 1990. The Gators' last game against a Division I-AA opponent was a 62-14 victory over Georgia Southern on September 7, 1996 in Gainesville.
Rashard Pompey of Florida A&M had 18 carries for 78 yards.
Florida A&M, which will make the jump to Division I-A next season, is 1-8 against Division I-A opponents, with its lone win a 16-13 victory over Miami in 1979.