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Fans and voice of the Gators anticipate tomorrow’s big game

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Saturday’s matchup against 3rd-ranked Alabama will pit the 12th-ranked Gators against their toughest opponent yet. Despite the fact that the game is still more than 24-hours away, the excitement in Gainesville is already palpable. Florida’s 89.1, WUFT-FM’s Marc Whiteman, talks to the fans, and the voice of the Gators in an attempt to size up the big game.

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