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GameDay podcast: Who has more motivation today, Canes or Gators?

GAINESVILLE -- It's a combined effort today, boys and girls. Miami Herald blogs Gator Clause and Eye On The U joined forces a few minutes ago to produce a rivalry podcast you won't want to miss. Click the play button and enjoy.

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The Gators have more motivation by far. The Gators are ranked #5, have goals of winning a National Title and need to win out and put on a good show for the national audience here to see them.

The Canes are just trying to not get embarrassed. Randy Shannon and Patrick Nix know they are going to lose. They just need to play conservative eat the clock and not get completely blown out of the water.

You talk about a motivator? Urban Meyer is as good as they come. No one better. The Gators will be ready, prepared, motivated, and lay the hammer on the Canes and their outclassed coaching staff.

No argument from me, Coke. It's all businss tonight.

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Randy Shannon and Patrick Nix know they are going to lose? What a dumb comment! Maybe you haven't coached before dumb a**, all coaches think they can win every game. Did you watch the SB last year?

The Canes just need to look good and not get blown out, they are young and have nothing to lose. The Gaotrs are ranked 5th and 22 1/2 point favorites, so they better be motivated to win.

Go Canes!

Did you see that offensive playcalling??? They were coaching to not get blown out. They werent coaching to win. That offense made the Gator D look like world beaters. The Canes needed a 50 yard field goal to even score a point.

Here are some Canes stats

3 points.
140 total yards.
1.6 yards per run.
3.6 per pass

That is just pure ugly.

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