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Chomping at Bits takes a look at the Gators' offensive gameplan against the Seminoles and a few other things.
Gators rolling out big formations against Floirda State: I don't understand the first paragraph, because I've always thought that it was common knowledge but, hey, I guess Miami Herald writers learn a basic thing or two during football season. I don't know if this means that "God's play" is coming back, but if it (or anything) works, I'm a fan. (Matt Watts, The Miami Herald)
Gators looking past Florida State? They say no, the Seminoles say they maybe are. Personally I hope they are not, because this Gators team doesn't have the talent to look past anyone. (Coley Harvey, Orlando Sentinel)
Florida State wants redemption on offense: Apparently they are still embarrassed about their 95 yard output from last year. They are also healthy (so is our defense), ready (so is our defense) and talking the talk (so is our defense). (David M. Hale, NoleNation/ESPN)
Sports Report 11/21/12: By far the best part of the video is when a kid is asked what the touching of the Gator head means. His response was simply: "Because it means that the Gators are always together."
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