One hundred and twenty minutes. That's what it's going to take for Florida to play in Atlanta in December. The number one goal of the team is to play in the SEC Championship Game. That means they have to win their division inside the SEC. The Gators may have very well had the best half season of any in college football, but the next two games will decide their fate.
Up first for Florida
is South Carolina
and the Gators, with a win, will basically eliminate the Gamecocks. The game won't be easy and the comparisons between the two teams have been uncannily similar this week leading up to the game. The Gamecocks finish with struggling Tennessee
and will be heavily favored against those two teams.
A week later, if still undefeated, the Gators can clinch the Eastern Division with a win over Georgia. However, a loss to the Bulldogs after a win over South Carolina would likely mean the Bulldogs clinch the East. Georgia will finish with Ole Miss and Auburn, two more struggling teams.
Two games, 60 minutes each, 120 minutes to pay dirt.
First thing is first… the Gamecocks. Here are the story lines for the game this week…
Danielson: Best passing Team Should Win
Recruiting: Big Visit Weekend in Gainesville
Muschamp SEC Teleconference Q&A
Mid-season report Card: Offense
Pease knew early Gillislee would start
Gamecocks, Gators similar in many ways
Muschamp Notebook: Locker room improved
Whatever It Takes
OLine newcomers getting praise from veterans
Gators Preparing for Clowney
Pease: ‘Some balance has to come back'
Offensive line depth getting work
Driskel: Despite success, work to be done
Bostic savoring last season
Mid-season report card: defense and ST's
Joyer producing in less glamorous role
Shaw's legs could create problems
Muschamp Notebook: Ball emerging on edge
An Insider's View of the Gamecocks
FG Subscribers Get Answers about the Gamecocks
Five Predictions: Florida Edition
What to watch for: Florida