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Discussion in 'The Best of the Best' started by RayGator, Oct 16, 2012.
That's great! It'll be fun to see him on there. Good choice.
ESPN College Game Day Will Be At Ben Hill Griffin Stadium
Gators Will Be Making Their 35th Appearance On Game Day, A Figure That Leads The Nation!
ESPN Game Day Crew: Chris Fowler, Lee Corso, Kirk Herbstreit, David Pollack, Desmond Howard.
Gator Ryan Lochte Will Be Guest Picker.
College GameDay Appearances By School
1. 35 FLORIDA
2. 30 Ohio State
3. 26 Oklahoma
4. 24 Michigan
4. 24 FSU
6. 23 Alabama
7. 20 Notre Dame
8. 19 Southern California
9. 18 LSU
9. 18 Tennessee
College GameDay Times Hosting The Show
1. 13 Ohio State
2. 12 FLORIDA
3. 10 Alabama - 7 times in Tuscaloosa and 3 times in Birmingham.
3. 10 Michigan
5. 8 LSU
5. 8 Notre Dame
5. 8 Southern California
5. 8 Tennessee
I am sooooo jacked for this game! I'm leaving here early Saturday morning so I can watch College Gameday, then the Gator walk and finally the Gators smack down the old HBC!
Here it is again from another thread in case it was missed.....
8:49PM EDT October 17. 2012 -
COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) -- South Carolina running back Marcus Lattimore did not practice Wednesday because of a bruised hip and coach Steve Spurrier said his junior star might not start Saturday against No. 4 Florida.
Spurrier had said Lattimore was running well earlier in the week, but the injury kept him out of Wednesday's workout. Lattimore arrived at practice late and watched from the sidelines.
If Lattimore can't go, Spurrier says backup Kenny Miles and freshman Mike Davis would handle the load at tailback when the ninth-ranked Gamecocks (6-1, 4-1 Southeastern Conference) go against the Gators (6-0, 5-0).
"We're sort of banged up all of a sudden," Spurrier said.
Spurrier said an injury like Lattimore's generally takes a week or two to heal. Lattimore had a touchdown, but gained just 35 yards on 13 carries in ninth-ranked South Carolina's 23-21 loss to the Tigers.
Spurrier has gone back-and-forth on Lattimore's condition since Sunday. At first, he expected Lattimore to miss a couple of workouts, but said Tuesday that Lattimore had looked OK during Monday's session and expected him to play at The Swamp on Saturday.
Then came Wednesday's twist.
Lattimore is sixth among SEC rushers with 584 yards. He's tied with Texas A&M quarterback Johnny Manziel for the SEC lead with 10 rushing TDs.
"It's not surgery type things," Spurrier said of Lattimore's condition. "It appears it's something that'll be fine in a week or so."
Lattimore tore ligaments in his left knee while blocking against Mississippi State last year, an injury that cost him South Carolina's final six games in 2011. He had offseason surgery and has looked strong this fall.
Spurrier detailed several other key players dealing with injuries and illnesses.
He said sophomore defensive end standout Jadeveon Clowney had a foot problem that has limited what he can do at practice. Defensive tackle Kelcy Quarles had his arm in a sling because of a shoulder injury and is doubtful to play against the Gators. Defensive linemen Byron Jerideau and J.T. Surratt are also hampered by injuries, although both are expected to play.
And then there's the flu bug, which Spurrier said has kept some Gamecocks from working out this week. Punt returner and starting receiver Ace Sanders missed practice Tuesday while receiver Bruce Ellington was out on Wednesday.
Spurrier was hopeful all players hit by the flu could play on Saturday.
The SWAMP will be rocking on Saturday....let's give our friends from South Carolina a real nice welcome to Gator Country!
Unfortunately, my trip to the game has fallen through. Going to be sending my tickets down with a buddy to sell them at the game.
Hello Gator fans. I'm a Carolina fan stopping by to wish you guys good luck this weekend. My hope is for a good game with no injuries to either team.
And if you're driving down I 75 to the game, hope you have a safe trip. BTW I have a niece in Alpharetta, don't know if that's near you or not. She loves it.
Gl sir, thanks for stopping by
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Alpharetta is about 35 minutes from where I live. It is a very nice area.
Go Gators, beat the cocks
I have engineering degrees from both schools, but I'm Gator all the way.
Unfortunately, I'm going to miss the first half due to AF Reserve duty. I will follow via my smartphone though! (thank you, tech gods)
Gators make 1 more field goal in the game and win it late in the 4th quarter on a run.
Gators score 3 TD's, 2 field goals. Cocks score 3 TD's, 1 field goal.
I'll even go as far as to say S Carolina will be ahead 24-20 until Florida scores a late TD in the 4th quarter to win it.
Any chance we see "Cock-Block" Version 2.0?
We are #2!!!!!!!
Our guys have played well. Played tough. Played smart. But this is where most teams would stumble. Most teams would buy the hype. The number 2 ranking. Gameday in town. Everyone telling them how great they are. How most have picked them to win this game. How they are back.
This is where most first-year quarterbacks try to win the game on their own. Where defenders try try make the big play and get out of position. Where running backs and receivers show off and fumble.
This is where the coaches show their ultimate worth and earn their money. This is where they need to circle the wagons and defend the Swamp!