Without Title Hopes, Gators Try to Focus On Attainable Goals
GAINESVILLE- Will Muschamp balked Monday at the idea Florida would need any extra incentive to stay focused, even in the midst of a three-game losing streak that has taken the Gators from 1st in the SEC East to out of the conferece title picture.
Instead, Muschamp believes the team needs to continue to correct mistakes and plan for Vanderbilt (Saturday at Noon on ESPN 3).
The rest of the team has rallied around the idea of playing for a bowl game: Florida has a 22-year streak of consecutive bowl games at stake, and will need to win 2 of their final four games (Vanderbilt, at South Carolina, Georgia Southern, Florida State) to make it 23 years in a row.
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