It's finally here! Months of waiting, reading, waiting, trying to find other sports to fill the football void, disliking other sports for failing to fill the football void, waiting, and above all, months of speculating over things that couldn't be proven until September finally rolled around are over.
Football starts this week. I'm sure I didn't need to remind you of that though. For the Florida Gators, Saturday is the first game of a new era, game one, PT (Post-Tebow).
It's also game one, Post-Pouncey twins; game one, Post-Spikes; game one, Post-Haden; game one, Post-Dunlap; and game one, Post-everyone who caught a pass last season. Beyond all of that, this is the first time in two years that uncertainty has crept into the Florida depth chart.
That means this is the first time in two years that you may want to catch the season opener. Not that the Gators are at any risk to lose this game; they will win by a comfortable 50 points or so. However, that's all we know about this team right now.
We don't know how they'll blow out Miami, and considering how much more difficult the season is going to get, knowing who can be looked towards to make plays will provide a decent barometer of what we can expect for the rest of the season.
To that end, here's a list of ten things to look for in Week One that could have consequences for the rest of the season. If that sounds boring, then it could also be a list of ten things to watch for in Week One: the drinking game (Rule one: Every time you hear "Tebow", drink!).