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If you were to take a peek at the Florida Gators' defensive game plan for Saturday, it probably focuses mainly on stopping Kentucky junior wide receiver Randall Cobb.
Actually, Florida will probably hope just to contain this electric playmaker.
Serving as a quarterback, wide receiver, running back, and returner for the Wildcats since 2008, Cobb has amassed 3,379 all-purpose yards on 447 touches and 31 touchdowns.
The Gators faced a similar threat in South Florida quarterback B.J. Daniels earlier this season and the results were not pretty.
Granted, the Florida defense shut down Daniels in passing game, limiting him to just five completions in 20 attempts for 84 yards, one touchdown, and four interceptions in a 38-14 victory.
However, Daniels torched the Gator defense in the running game, racking up 107 rushing yards on 17 carries, eluding would-be tacklers throughout the game.
Whenever Cobb is on the field, Florida will do whatever they can to keep him from breaking off a big play.
“I think [Cobb]'s a dynamic player that's going to play at the next level, and I can't wait to get him the heck out of this league,” Urban Meyer said. “That's probably what I told him. I'll tell him that Saturday, too.”