Debate: Predict the Showdown -- Gator Home Victory, or USC Road Upset?

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Debate: Predict the Showdown -- Gator Home Victory, or USC Road Upset?
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ESPN's College Gameday travels to Gainesville this week to take in the SEC's latest 'Biggest Game of the Year' candidate: Florida vs. South Carolina. The Gators are on a hot streak, most recently taking out Vandy on the road, while USC heads south looking for an upset. Coming off a loss in their top-10 matchup vs. LSU, the Gamecocks have serious motivation to avenge their loss and to re-take control of their destiny. 

In a game featuring two of the SEC's most prominent programs, who has the advantage? The confident No. 2 ranked Gators, or a USC team coming off a heartbreaking loss? Will the LSU loss motivate the Gamecocks to perform at the highest level? Or will the Gators follow the model set by the Tigers and ride their defense to their seventh straight victory?

Give us your predictions! Not just the score, but personnel matchups you may see as a difference maker, motivating factors, coaching advantages, and anything else you may like, or dislike, for UF or USC in this weekend's showdown.

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If Conner Shaw shows up, SC wins the game. If he has another one of his bad days, it's gonna be a long game. Florida will attempt some of the things L...
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South Carolina will come into this game angry with a chip on their shoulder. They know what's at stake and they are the better team if you go unit by ...
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Being ranked so high after pretty much coming out of no were is gonna consume them. O expect to see a bigger fight out of the gamecocks! They kno a lo...
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SEC games are tough and home field advantage is something you CAN'T overlook. It boils down to stopping the running game, special teams play and the n...
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