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Florida vs. Miami: 25 predictions for the last chapter of a rivalry

Florida's defense looks to be the dominant unit on the field when the Gators take on Miami. But Duke Johnson might still get his yards.

Joel Auerbach

After a decent start with predictions for Toledo, here are 25 more for Florida vs. Miami.

  1. Both teams will score touchdowns.
  2. Florida will lead by double digits at some point in the game.
  3. Florida will hold a halftime lead.
  4. Jeff Driskel will throw for more than 200 yards.
  5. Driskel will have a run of more than 20 yards.
  6. Matt Jones will have at least 80 total yards.
  7. Mack Brown will get at least nine carries.
  8. Demarcus Robinson will have at least three catches.
  9. Florida will score at least 27 points.
  10. Valdez Showers will make a big play on offense.
  11. Dante Fowler will have at least one sack.
  12. Duke Johnson will run for more than 5.0 yards per carry.
  13. Antonio Morrison will lead Florida in tackles.
  14. Florida will play primarily with five defensive backs.
  15. Vernon Hargreaves III will see action on Florida's first defensive drive.
  16. Loucheiz Purifoy will have an underwhelming day on defense.
  17. Stephen Morris will throw for under 300 yards.
  18. Morris will throw at least one interception.
  19. Florida's defense will allow fewer than 5.0 yards per play.
  20. Florida will force at least two turnovers.
  21. Kyle Christy will average more than 44 yards per punt.
  22. Austin Hardin will make a field goal from 40 or more yards.
  23. Purifoy will make a big play on special teams.
  24. Florida will win the fourth quarter.
  25. Florida will win, 30-17.

Last Week: 12-of-25, 48 percent.
Season To Date: 12-of-25, 48 percent.

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Andy Hutchins is Alligator Army's managing editor. Follow Alligator Army on Twitter and Facebook.