The Florida Gators mustered up as much of an offense as they had all season and beat the rival Florida State Seminoles, 37-26.
The offensive output was something we had not seen from the Gators all season long and was certainly unexpected given how FSU's defense had played in 2012. Florida was able to rush for 244 yards, more than 100 more yards than any other team had been able to gain on the ground against the Noles.
The win moves Florida to 11-1 on the season and almost assuredly will send Florida to Louisiana for the Sugar Bowl. If I would have wrote and predicted before the season that Florida would be playing in a BCS bowl, most of you would have thought I was crazy. But that is what makes sports so special. You can do as much homework as humanly possible, but truly anything can happen on any given Saturday.
Florida has been a team that you just can't figure out this season, and they give you a new set of problems and solutions week in and week out. Let's take a look at how the Gators played this week, what went right and what didn't.