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Chomping at Bits: Florida is now one win away from the SEC East title

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A homecoming victory over Vanderbilt this Saturday is all that stands between the Gators and their first SEC East title, and SEC Championship Game berth, since 2009.

Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports

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One win away: The Gators are only one win away from an SEC East title and a trip to Atlanta for the SEC Championship Game for the first time since 2009. (Robbie Andreu, Gainesville SunChris Harry,GatorZoneEdgar Thompson, Orlando Sentinel)

Jim McElwain's messages resonate with players: McElwain preaches worrying about only the next play, or next moment, and that philosophy has helped the Gators focus and succeed this season. (Scott Carter, GatorZone) Vernon Hargreaves speaks about McElwain's messages to the players and their effect on the team this season. (Edgar Thompson, Orlando Sentinel)

Kelvin Taylor runs all over Georgia. Again: Taylor's top two career rushing games have come against the Bulldogs. (Kevin Brockway, Gainesville Sun)

Florida forces season-high five turnovers against Georgia: The Gators are +13 in the turnover margin this season with an SEC-high 19 turnovers. (Jordan McPherson, Orlando Sentinel)

Mark Richt accepts criticism after Florida loss: Georgia's season is not going the way many thought it would, as the Bulldogs have struggled mightily on offense during the meat of their schedule and since losing star running back Nick Chubb. (Matt Murschel, Orlando Sentinel)

Faton Bauta experiment backfires: That's probably an understatement. (Steve Hummer, SEC Country)

Jabar Gaffney and Chris Leak inducted into Florida-Georgia Hall of Fame. (Scott Carter, GatorZone)

Military family surprised with new, mortgage-free home at halftime of the Florida-Georgia game: Staff Sergeant David Veros served six tours of duty in Iraq. (David Collier, SEC Country)

Florida Football Trivia:
A) Which Gator has rushed for the most consecutive 100-yard games? And in how many consecutive games did he rush for 100 yards or more?
B) Which Gators quarterback holds the record for most rushing yards in a single game? How many yards did he rush for and in what game?
C) Which Gators (there are two of them) hold the record for most rushing touchdowns scored in a game? And how many touchdowns did each of them score? And in which games did each set their record?
D) Which Gator is the Florida career rushing yardage leader? How many rushing yards did he amass in his career?

Put your guess in the comments and I'll post the right answer for each around 5:00 p.m. today, so that there is plenty of opportunity to guess. Much like most trivia, this will be much more fun if you try to answer without looking it up first.

The comments are yours.