My prediction as@ Kickin

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    Get ready boys. This one is gonna be fun

    The biggest reason it's going to be sweet...... They think they are going to win and are going ALL IN.
    I'm seeing UM flags around in places never seen. The fair weather fans are out in full force...... I love it
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    I've noticed this too. Hilarious...
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    We crush them...easy peasy
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    We ..,will...crush...them.
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    Seriously Cuck the Fanes!

    To me, it'll make the season if we just win. It'll make the next couple years if we embarass them.

    Cane fans are the worst of the worst.
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    We will crush them. See them driven before us. And hear the lamentation of their Ibis.
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    I agree 100%

    To everyone's surprise the Player of The Game will be Jeff Driskel

    JD runs for 50 and throws for 250
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    I agree, it's got the feel of last season's Tennessee game for me, over hyped opponent vs under appreciated Gators...we all know how that one ended.

    The only problem is it'll make any loss harder to take because we should be destroying them.
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    Good call. Tennessee 2012 all over again. This game is an open court layup and very few people seem to realize it. It'll be fun watching the replay several times.
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    The more I think about it, the more confident I get. Miami's strength is their running game. We probably have the best DL and run defense in the country. We should handle it easily. They have one of the worst defenses in the country. We could have one of the most improved offenses. We will be able to score at will.

    I don't see this being close, unless Muschamp goes conservative.
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    The way Muschamp wants to play ball control and doesn't let the offense attack downfield, I don't think we kick anyone's ass this year. Games will be ground out as they were last year. If not for South Carolina giving us a lot of freebies, and FSU having a mediocre lines, all our games have close scores.

    I've had the number 23-10 in my head all week. I think this is our final score. Just hope we are on the right side of it.
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    Don't forget UF better "beware the tie"
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    TJ, do you see good lines on Miami's team. FSU was the number 1or 2 defense going into our game last year, we wore them down on both sides of the ball.

    I see the same happening today, they will not be able to hang with us for 4 quarters. Their D will give up plays and the O will make mistakes as the pressure continues to get to Morris(loves to throw picks when pressured and he moves out of the pocket). This all adds up to a solid win for us.

    Miami has been a bad team with some real talent for the last half a decade+, what makes you think they have all of sudden turned that around?

    It's Great to be a Florida Gator!
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    Turnovers could be the key to victory:UF is 55-4 since 2005 when we turn the ball over no more than once per game.
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    Agreed. How in world did Miami magically transform into an elite team? There's nothing, at all, to suggest that. Looking at the team's defenses, the talent disparity is readily apparent.
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    I hope you are right.
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    We trailed in the 4th, and won the game based on turnovers and long runs that Gilly and Jones broke. We may kick Miami's ass physically but not on the scoreboard. Hope I'm wrong.
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    So you're saying we didn't score a lot of points except in the games where we scored a lot of points. Good reasoning.

    Oh, and what happened to the Kentucky game where the score was 38-0? Why should we ignore that one - because Ky wasn't very good?
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    Kentucky might as well be Division 2. We had one or two pick-sixes in that game.

    What I'm saying is our offense doesn't have the ability to put up those points. Only way we did it was with a defensive breakdown by the other team that allowed a long TD (minus Hammond). We never sustained drives against South Carolina. I would love for the coaches to air it out more and take shots downfield. But they seem contempt with grinding it out and winning in the 4th quarter. Kansas State doesn't have half of UF's talent yet they took Miami out of the game in 1 quarter. It will be a 4-quarter dog fight for us.
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    Contempt? Another victim of auto correct.

    You sound sceptical, but I'm guessing you're cautiously optimistic. Only way the Gators lose today is some combination of UM playing over their heads, turnovers and officiating.
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