Found October 01, 2011 on The Bull Gator:
10 final things about Florida’s matchup with Alabama.1. A quarterback will have to make a play. Whether it is John Brantley or A.J. McCarron, one of the two QBs will have to make an important play in this one. The run games of both teams will be the focus, but won’t do it all. One of these average passers will need to use their arm to make an important throw at a critical moment.2. How many rushing yards will these teams total? 400? 500? 600 or more?!? The Gators and Tide can both run. Their starters are good and their backups actually average more yards per carry. Both teams will try to establish the run early. Speed may be the difference. Not only running speed, but defensive speed.3. This could be the week a Gators’ wide receiver finally steps up. To be fair, the WRs haven’t been thrown to as much as we expected when Charlie Weis was announced as the Florida offensive coordinator. To be fairer, he hasn’t needed to use them extensively yet. They need to be thrown to, but they need...
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