Chomping at Bits: "God's play" provides for Gators vs. LSU

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Florida has a secret weapon, and Brent Pease used it well against LSU.

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Gators run "God's play" to perfection: It's nice to have a go-to like that. (Andy Staples, SI.com)

Florida beat LSU at its own game: Out-toughing a Les Miles team is difficult. (Tommy Tomlinson, Sports on Earth)

Relying on Gilly is paying off: Otherwise, this column's basically the same as the two above it. (Pat Forde, Yahoo! Sports)

How far Florida has come: There was no game in which Florida dominated physically in 2011. And now it seems like all the Gators do. (Scott Carter, FOX Sports Florida)

Josh Evans and the mother he lost: A sad story, but one that might have a happy ending. (Lenn Robbins, New York Post)

Patriots adopted no-huddle speed from Oregon: I link this because I watched the Patriots run the ball down the Broncos' throat, and a no-huddle running game is something I would not be shocked to see Florida deploy at some point. (Greg A. Bedard, The Boston Globe)

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