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  Mon, 22 Sep 2014 10:18:42 -0400
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They would probably prefer to burn the game film and toss the ashes into the ocean, never to be seen or heard from the rest of their days.

But after a 42-21 loss to No. 3-ranked Alabama on Saturday, in a game many observers thought the Gators could win and make a statement they were back among the SEC's elite, they harped on their need to study film and correct mistakes.

There's a lot to watch.

"Guys are really upset,'' center Max Garcia said. "We had a lot of opportunities and didn't capitalize. We're frustrated by that, but all we can do is go back and look at the tape and see what happened."

Quarterback Jeff Driskel, after completing only 9 of 28 passes for 93 yards, one touchdown and two interceptions, had that tape on his mind, too.

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  Wed, 17 Sep 2014 08:00:00 -0400
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GatorTailgating.com is doing a series of articles on where and how to tailgate at all of the Gator Football away games. This is the first article for 2010, with tips on how to do it up right in Tuscaloosa for the UF/Alabama match-up!  

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Near the end of the first quarter Demarcus Robinson took a pass from Jeff Driskel and turned the play into a 51-yard reception.

Former Gators receiver Lee McGriff, perched high above Florida Field in the radio booth, said what many were probably thinking at the time.

"These are things I've been hearing about but never seen,'' McGriff said.

Driskel and Robinson

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  Sun, 14 Sep 2014 20:45:49 -0400
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When the end finally arrived, at that moment Matt Jones plunged into the end zone and the officials signaled touchdown, it was 12 minutes shy of midnight.

Jones’ score ensured that the first triple-overtime game in Florida football history was one the Gators would want to remember. No extra-point needed.

His 1-yard run capped Florida’s four-play, 25-yard game-winning drive. Actually, it was Jones’ four-play, 25-yard drive as quarterback Jeff Driskel turned and handed the ball to the junior running back on every play.

“I didn’t care who scored,’’ Jones said. “I just wanted to win that game.”

Jones had a lot of company.

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This is a weekly article GT.com will be doing to help fans plan for each week's tailgate. It will give a weather forecast for the pre-game festivities, what to expect from the opposing teams' fans, and other various bits of info that will make your tailgate better. Enjoy!

1. Weather - The weather is forecasted to have afternoon and evening thunderstorms, a high of 91 with a low of 71 in the evening, and an 40% chance of an afternoon thunderstorm. 

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  Wed, 10 Sep 2014 10:15:38 -0400
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Florida and Alabama will play for the first time since 2011 in 2 weekends, and it will be broadcast on CBS' prime slot of 3:30pm in the national spotlight. 

Although traveling Gator fans would probably rather have the 7pm kickoff on ESPN to allow more time for tailgating, that spot on ESPN was given to the LSU/Miss. St. matchup in Baton Rouge. 

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  Tue, 09 Sep 2014 19:13:38 -0400
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After an extra week of waiting to put last season behind us, we finally had football in The Swamp. The Gators came out with an amazing new look Offense, a tenacious D, and great Special Teams. This was the most complete team we have seen on the field in a while, and it was awesome to watch.

The biggest question mark heading to the season, as is all under Muschamp, is the offense. The Kurt Roper era has begun, and it looked like the Gators of old. Jeff Driskel and company put up 65 points and 655 yards of total offense. The 65 points were the most since Tim Tebow led the Gators to a 70-19 win against The Citadel in 2008. Today’s offense was a balanced attack with 47 pass attempts and 39 rushing attempts.

Jeff Driskel, in his first game back since suffering a season ending injury against the Vols last year, went 31-45 for 248 yards with 1 TD. He was able to find 10 different receivers for completions in the first half,  and then in the third quarter he was able to find Matt Jones for a 4 yard TD reception. All in all it was a great first game back for the Junior QB, and he now has a lot of momentum heading in to the start of SEC play.

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If this is the way it’s going to be, they will be cheering a lot. In the days leading up to Saturday’s Florida-Eastern Michigan game, a topic discussed time and again was the enthusiastic Gator fans who waited out more than three hours of weather delays at UF’s suspended opener against Idaho.

Florida head coach Will Muschamp thanked the fans multiple times for their support during the week. Valdez Showers, the star of the game’s only play, called the fan support the highlight of the night. As Saturday approached and Muschamp turned his focus toward Eastern Michigan, those fans were not left behind.

“We need to give them something to cheer about,’’ he said.

The Gators sent them home Saturday night with sore throats.

At one point, they started to chant “We want 70! We want 70!”

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Gator Poncho

1. Plan for the weather – After last week's debacle of rain and lightning, this probably could've been left unsaid. However, we want to make sure everyone is as prepared for the pre-game party as possible, and some precipitation is in the forecast. There's a 40% chance of rain with scattered thunderstorms throughout the day. That basically means that you should plan on getting rained on at some point during the day.

Whether it's during the pre-game party or inside of the stadium, be prepared with a poncho so you aren't one of those idiots wearing a trash bag as an emergency raincoat.Also, make sure that whatever electronics you have at your tailgate are able to stay dry in the event of a storm. TVs and rain don't mix well.

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