The Gators look to be 3-0 after this weekend. They have won seven straight against Tennessee and should make it eight after Saturday. They are carrying a lot of momentum into this SEC East rivalry versus the Vols since their strong 2nd half on defense vs. Texas A&M, not allowing the Aggie’s offense to pass midfield or score a point. On the other hand, Tennessee has one of the top 10 passing attacks in the nation, but the Gators should be able to counter that with their strong secondary, despite the injury to safety Cody Riggs. The Gators also suffered the loss of Jelani Jenkins, their weak side linebacker, who will be out about 4 weeks due to thumb surgery. Now being avid gator fan, one might be worried about the injury to the senior back Mike Gillislee. It was confirmed that he slightly strained his groin when he tip toed into the end zone for his second touchdown of the game during the 4th quarter. He is probable for this weekend and should be fine for the game, so all the pressure will not fall onto quarterback, Jeff Driskel. When they win, it will solidify their position in the SEC East as a front runner to win the division with only Georgia and South Carolina standing in their way. The Vols have not run the ball well against the Gators in the past and have only faced Georgia State and NC State who do not have a strong secondary and run defense like the Gators. Look for the Gators to play strong and take this game on the road. GO GATORS.