Vanderbilt will look to claw back to .500 this season on Saturday, but they'll have a monumental challenge in front of them. They'll be facing fourth-ranked Florida at Dudley Field in a matchup the Commodores haven't won since 1989. In fact, if the Gators win this weekend, they'll tie the record for most consecutive wins against the Vanderbilt football team.
AH: I think it's a combination of all of those things: Florida stopped rushing up the field against Johnny Manziel in College Station, started running the ball down Tennessee's throat in Knoxville, and abandoned the pass altogether against LSU. All of those adjustments were possible because Florida has coachable players with the brains to adjust and the stamina to execute a second half game plan.
AH: I think Florida wins comfortably, by between 14 and 24 points, so let's call that 31-10. I'm not headed up to Nashville, sadly, but the first place I ever had fried pickles was Nashville and so I am forever in its debt.
Well, I can't say that I agree with the prediction, but Andy does make some excellent points here. For more on this week's matchup with the Gators, be sure to check out all of the fine, fine content over at Alligator Army.