Every championship season has its moments when a team's fortunes could have gone another way—a mistake here, a dropped pass on that play, a blown coverage there—and the season is lost.
Fortunately, the 2009 season for the University of Florida had few of those moments, and, in almost each one, the ball bounced the Gator's way due to preparation, skill, coaching, and athleticism.
But what about 2010?
There are some games on each team's schedule that might be called "land mine" games; these are those games where your team might easily look like the better team on paper, but, due to other factors, those games surprise and "blow up" in your faces and hang an "L" on the schedule.
This list is not intended to be a doomsday, oh-woe-is-we prediction, but it serves us to know the realistic chances of the possibility that Florida's regular season win streak may be snapped this year.
Let's take a look at five games in which the Gators might face an opponent and find things not going the way they did in 2009 or the way we expect them to go.