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Florida has won most of its games this season with its stifling defense and that will no doubt be the ace up their sleeves during tonight's game. The Gators' offense, on the other hand, is atrocious -- they're ranked just 104th in the country and 118th in passing. But hey, their defense was good enough to overcome the mediocre offense. Could it hold true tonight?
Quarterback Jeff Driskel, although not flashy by any means, is quietly effective, he threw 11 touchdowns with just four interceptions this season. On the running front he went for 404 yards and four touchdowns -- but unlike Al Bundy, not in a single game. Florida's lone offensive threat tonight will be all-SEC running back Mike Gillislee, who rushed for 1,104 yards with 10 of them being touchdowns. It'll be up to him tonight to carry the Gator's offense.
Louisville's run defense, of course, is just okay. The Cardinals have allowed just 4.33 yards per carry this season, which is tied for 72nd in the country. In the 45-26 loss to Syracuse two months ago, they allowed the Big East player Jerome Smith, go for 144 yards. So The Cardinals are no doubt happy that their weakest point won't be exploited too much.
While Florida has been BCS regular for a long while, Louisville is relatively new to this. They beat Wake Forest in 2007 in its only BCS appearance.
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