Florida was coming off a huge victory over Georgia and could have been caught looking ahead to a matchup against South Carolina, but the Gators were spectacular once again Saturday night, brushing aside Vanderbilt, 42-14, and clinching the SEC East in the process.
Wiz correspondent Greg was among 39,773 hearty souls who braved a cold night at Dudley Field in Nashville.
Tim Tebow strengthened his chances of winning a second Heisman by accounting for five touchdowns — all in the first half — and played only one series in the second half. Florida has won its last five games by an average score of 49-11.4.
It seemed like only yesterday that Vanderbilt was 5-0 and ranked No. 13, but the Commodores have lost four in a row and must win one of their last three to become bowl eligible. Vandy is at Kentucky, home to Tennessee and at Wake Forest to close the regular season.
Gator fans are taking full advantage of bragging rights over Georgia.
Not sure what they're selling, but we're buying.
What's a football game without popcorn?
Playin' in the band. The Fightin' Gator Marching Band made the trip.
The driver of this car probably got pulled over on the way back to Florida by an Alabama State Trooper.
The Gators run onto the field to start the game ...
... followed by the Commodores.
Tebow and the offense wasted little time as the Gators bolted to a 35-0 halftime lead.