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Five games we DIDN'T expect to shape the SEC...No.3, South Carolina at Florida

GAINESVILLE -- Thank Lee Corso of ESPN for this one. If you watched ESPN's coverage of Florida's Orange and Blue Game, then you already know where this one is going. Corso predicted that South Carolina would upset Florida. Gator Clause thinks this is nonsense, but we'll entertain the idea nonetheless.

GAME 3
South Carolina at Florida
When: Nov.15
Why this game matters: An upset this late in the season will surely shake up the SEC East standings. This was a competitive rivalry until last season. Florida beat the feathers off the Gamecocks (51-31) and Tebow solidified his Heisman Trophy campaign with his best game of the season. He rushed for five touchdowns and passed for two. South Carolina was plagued by injuries and its defense couldn't stop the run. Florida rushed for 233 yards (120 for Tebow). What's different this season? Not much for Florida. That guy named Tebow is still around. South Carolina's defense should be improved but USC coach Steve Spurrier is searching for a new quarterback.

-jo-

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