Florida Gators: Looking Ahead to the Georgia Bulldogs

The Florida Gators come off their bye week to face a rival. They will head to Jacksonville to play their biggest rival, the Georgia Bulldogs. Many people believe that the Gators biggest rival is the Florida State Seminoles. That would be their biggest in-state rival. Gators and Bulldogs go way back, in fact, they play on a neutral site. This is the first time in a long time they are both ranked in the top 10. The winner might be the one who represents the East side of the SEC in the championship game.

Both teams come off a bye week. The difference is how they came into the bye week. The Bulldogs lost to the LSU Tigers. The Florida Gators came from behind to beat the Vanderbilt Commodores. The Gators have found an offense that has been absent since Tim Tebow left. The Gators on defense has been dominant.


When the Bulldogs played the Tigers, it seems they were off. The offense is what LSU stopped. Now they get one of the best defenses in the country. The Gators have shown they can cause turnovers and sack the quarterback. The Bulldogs will have to find a way to stop the up-start Florida Gators offense. The Gators struggled early but now Dan Mullen has found a way to spark them.

This will be a classic SEC game. A battle from both teams. It has been a long time since this game has meant something. As an SEC and Gators fan this is the game I wait to see every year. This is one of the oldest rivalries in the SEC. The winner of this game would likely play the Alabama Crimson Tide. The only way that scenario does not play out is if the LSU Tigers beats them in the next few weeks.

Who will win between the Florida Gators and the Georgia Bulldogs? Leave a comment below.
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