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Florida vs. Georgia preview: The Gators are 7-1 in their last 25 meetings with Georgia when the Bulldogs were ranked in the top-ten in the AP poll. (Scott Carter, Florida Gators)
Gainesville Sun reporter Pat Dooley gives Jim McElwain “50/50” odds on returning in 2018: Dooley made the comment on Paul Finebaum’s show. (Nick Krueger, SEC Country)
Jake Fromm poised to snap Georgia’s freshman QB futility with Florida: Bulldog freshman signal callers are presently 0-6 against the Gators since 1991. (Garry Smits, Florida Times Union)
Tyrie Cleveland and Kadarius Toney need to be difference makers against Bulldogs: The duo are returning from injury and will attempt to go against Georgia. (Ryan Young, SEC Country)
Gator receivers support Feleipe Franks: Josh Hammond notes that Jim McElwain and Doug Nussmeier have been diligently working with the redshirt freshman QB over the past two weeks on his decision making. (Robbie Andreu, Gainesville Sun)
Georgia to sport white jerseys this weekend: The past three match-ups have featured the Bulldogs in red and the Gators in blue. Georgia last wore white in their last win over Florida, in 2013. The Gators are the designated “home team” this year. (Seth Emmerson, Dawg Nation; Jake Rowe, 247Sports)
A look at five years of Florida football distractions and drama: Issues have plagued the Gators on and off the field in recent years. (Jordan McPherson, SEC Country)
On forgotten back-up Malik Zaire: Georgia head coach Kirby Smart mentioned that the Bulldogs are preparing for the possibility of seeing Zaire earlier this week. (Edgar Thompson, Orlando Sentinel)
No. 4 UF volleyball hosting Mississippi State tonight: The Gators will also head to South Carolina on Sunday, hoping to keep pace with Kentucky. Florida has a rematch with the Wildcats - the only team to take down the Gators this year - on Wednesday in Lexington. (Zach Dirlam, Florida Gators)
Gator soccer falls to No. 3 South Carolina: No. 17 Florida finishes third in the SEC standings, with the Gamecocks finishing in first. The Gators begin their SEC Tournament run with Auburn on October 31. (Mary Howard, Florida Gators)
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