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Florida gave LSU a steady diet of Mike Gillislee and rocks and broke the Tigers in a 14-6 win.
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Remember when I predicted that Jeff Driskel would account for two touchdowns against LSU?
This team can be summed up in a word: grit.
Mike Gillislee's finest day against LSU was the difference for the Gators against the Tigers.
Florida has a secret weapon, and Brent Pease used it well against LSU.
Dominique Easley is an insane murderbear, but he's Florida insane murderbear, and Gators fans love him for it.
Eight more points from the weekend in college football, including an explanation of "Florida never breaks" and an argument that this Saturday was the best-ever for Gators fans.
Not over Florida win over LSU? Neither are we.
Social media is fantastic, especially when Florida quarterback Jeff Driskel is using it to complain about poor service after the Gators' biggest win in years.
Florida's massive win over LSU makes the Gators a top-six team in both major college football polls.
Jeff Driskel finally had the performance we all feared the sophomore would have, but it didn't matter.
Florida got its biggest victory in years against LSU. How they did it foretells more wins like that.
Think Will Muschamp and his Gators were happy after their biggest win of 2012?
Florida's defense is superb, and its second half performance is staggering. But the offense, the one that never seems to tire, is the revelation of the Gators' 14-6 win over LSU.
Florida and LSU each face their biggest game of the season this Saturday. Here are 25 predictions for that game, and a thread to discuss it.
Florida and LSU face off in one of the biggest games of the 2012 SEC schedule on Saturday. Here's how you can watch.
Florida's series with LSU has been called many things this week, but "the best thing that ever happened to LSU" is a new one. And The Valley Shook!" >And The Valley Shook! answers a few questions.
Jeff Drisel and the Florida Gators offense goes up against the No. 9 ranked defense (points against) of LSU.
Why don't Florida fans hate LSU? Because there's more respect than rivalry in the series.
All it takes to start a rumor is a tweet.
Florida's showdown with LSU is the biggest game of the Gators' season so far. But it's not likely to be the biggest game of Florida's season, and so Will Muschamp is right to tamp down on the hype.
Florida and LSU aren't even really rivals. And yet they meet every year, and play one of college football's most reliably entertaining games.
Florida and LSU each have tough defensive lines and iffy offensive lines. Does either team have a chance of stopping the rush? Oregon's Carson York tackles the topic.
Jeff Driskel has had a fine sophomore season for Florida, but is he the breakout player of the 2012 season in the SEC?
Florida stayed at No. 11 in the Week 6 BlogPoll and lost its first-place vote. But things still look just fine for the Gators.
Jeff Dillman is probably going to figure heavily in this program.
Florida's 4-0 start in 2012 has been more impressive than the Gators' run to the same mark was in 2011.
There's no way Florida's losing by 30 points to LSU in 2012. The Gators are better, and the Tigers aren't equipped to exploit them like they did last year.
Brent Pease isn't shying away from the challenge of LSU's stingy defense.
The Gators aren't expected to win this weekend against LSU, according to Vegas, but the line has been moving Florida's way all season.
Will Muschamp came to Florida and promised to do things the "Florida Way." So far, that's working out for him ... and the Gators.
Could Jelani Jenkins be ready to play against LSU on October 6?