The RVs rolled into Jacksonville on Tuesday and fans of Florida and Georgia are beginning to line the streets of downtown -- ready for the World's Largest Outdoor Cocktail Party (oh wait, we're not supposed to call it that anymore). The annual Florida (4-3) vs. Georgia (4-4) game is tomorrow afternoon at 3:30 at Everbank Field. The game might not have as much national clout as it has in year's past, but it will still be a great game to attend/watch.
T e series, which is UF’s most-played in program history, will mark its 88th meeting, with the Bulldogs holding a 46-39-2 edge. Florida, however, has won four of five against Georgia under head coach Urban Meyer and has won 17 of the last 20 meetings. This will be QB John Brantley's first time starting against Georgia, though he did have some garbage time production over the last two years.
Brantley, along with several other Gators, has been banged up the past few weeks. Having a bye week before this game was perfect timing for the Gators. We will have a healthy John Brantley, Caleb Sturgis, and hopefully Jeff Demps and Andre Debose. The Gators will also have Chris Rainey back on the team for the first time in a month. Don't be surprised if the offense looks completely different than what we've seen vs. Mississippi State and LSU.
Urban Meyer's Plan to Win:
- Play Great Defense (they need to stop the run)
- Create Turnovers (we haven't done that much in the SEC this year)
- Score in the Red Zone (no more turnovers inside the 20!)
- Win the Kicking Game (not just field goals, but punts too)
Georgia is a 2 point favorite and the over/under is 48. I'm predicting a Florida win ... something like 31-24. What do you think?
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