Florida, FSU seek more than just bragging rights

By: AP
By: AP

GAINESVILLE, Fla. (AP) - There are no national championship
implications. There are no Heisman Trophy candidates. There are no
fired or soon-to-be-retired coaches on either sideline.

Without question, the Florida-Florida State series has less
intrigue and fewer story lines than it's had in recent years.

The four-loss Gators don't have Tim Tebow and are far removed
from championship contention. The three-loss Seminoles are still in
the Atlantic Coast Conference title hunt, but have no control over
their fate. So what does Saturday's game in Tallahassee mean?

Almost everything.

The Gators have a chance to extend their winning streak in the
storied rivalry and tighten their stranglehold on the Sunshine
State. The No. 22 Seminoles can give first-year coach Jimbo Fisher
a signature win.

(Copyright 2010 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)

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