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UF is ranked No.4 in the BCS, but don't fret Gators fans

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GAINESVILLE -- Florida is ranked No.4 in the BCS. That means if the Gators win out then they're in the national championship game. Alabama is No.1, followed by Texas Tech and then Texas. Talk amongst yourselves if you don't agree and I'll offer you my infallible rebuttal.

Offensive lineman Carl Johnson suffered a sprained medial collateral ligament (knee) on Saturday against Vanderbilt. He is probable for Saturday's game but might not start, according to Meyer.

It seems the Southeastern Conference is jumping on the Tim Tebow for Heisman bandwagon. The league named Tebow the SEC's offensive player of the week for his performance against Vanderbilt. Tebow accounted for five touchdowns. Personally, I thought Georgia quarterback Matt Stafford had a better game against Kentucky. Stafford completed 17 of 27 pass attempts for 376 yards and three touchdowns, including the game-winning throw with under two minutes left.



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