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Gators study blueprint to topple LSU

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08:21 AM ET 09.28 | The Gators still have a week to prepare, though they may already be on to something. Florida's coaches believe there is something to be gleaned from LSU's close game with Auburn on Saturday. The No. 3 team in the nation escaped at Auburn, winning 12-10 to stay undefeated, and Gators defensive coordinator Dan Quinn and offensive coordinator Brent Pease said it will help them in their preparation. "Through their first three games, that was their closest ball game, so I think you can take some things from that," Quinn said. Pease said he wasn't sure how much they showed in the win because LSU plans on a game-to-game basis, but he said it's not typical for teams to save certain formations or looks for later opponents.

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September 28, 2012  08:58 AM ET

Whoever runs the ball better wins. That will setup play action and wear down the opposing defense.

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September 28, 2012  08:59 AM ET
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Saban let his former student borrow his blueprint

UF is lacing Florida field with PCP as we speak.

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September 28, 2012  09:06 AM ET
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Better hope that doesnt work against you all :)

Maybe that is were the bounce pass came from.

I need to make a phone call and have them switch to Xanax.

September 28, 2012  09:06 AM ET
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I would agree w/ that... if they keep it to <20... We might drop out the polls

Now that's funny!

September 28, 2012  09:11 AM ET
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Whoever runs the ball better wins. That will setup play action and wear down the opposing defense.

I think if UF makes LUS beat them with QB play then UF has a real good chance.

September 28, 2012  09:16 AM ET
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Whoever runs the ball better wins. That will setup play action and wear down the opposing defense.

I'd be surprised if either team runs the ball well against those two defenses. They both look pretty damn good against the run to me.

September 28, 2012  09:18 AM ET
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I think if UF makes LUS beat them with QB play then UF has a real good chance.

That is how I see it. If LSU plays like they did against Auburn, UF wins. Driskel is a lot better than Frazier.

September 28, 2012  09:21 AM ET
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I'd be surprised if either team runs the ball well against those two defenses. They both look pretty damn good against the run to me.

From what i've seen this year the Driskel has been the better of the QB's. That would figure to give UF a bit of an advantage IMO.

 
September 28, 2012  09:28 AM ET
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From what i've seen this year the Driskel has been the better of the QB's. That would figure to give UF a bit of an advantage IMO.

Here is how the positions break down to me
QB- UF
RB- LUS
WR- LUS
TE- UF
Oline- Push

DL - LUS
LB- UF
DB- Push

K- UF
P- LUS
KR- ??
PR- LUS

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