The post-Tim Tebow era has gone fairly well thus far for the Gators, but they'll face the best team in the nation as they march into Alabama. Urban Meyer will have his guys ready to go, and expect some trickery out of the Gators. After Trey Burton scored a school record six touchdowns last week, look for him to line up at QB and a little at WR. The Gators will have to maximize their every possession and make sure not to give the Tide any extra possessions.
Alabama came back in a thriller against Arkansas last week and will again play in the most high profile game of the week. Nick Saban will have his defense geared up and ready to go, and on offense they'll have no problems as long as Mark Ingram is in the backfield.
The 1-2 punch of Ingram and Richardson have combined for 664 yards and eight touchdowns while being a stabilizing force for the Crimson Tide's offense. Alabama will need Greg McElroy to take care of the ball, just like he did in the fourth quarter against Arkansas.
Ingram, Richardson, and the Alabama defense will be too much to handle as the Tide keeps on rolling.
Final Score: Florida 17, Alabama 27