Five storylines: No. 18 Fla. vs. No. 23 Tenn. 

September, 13, 2012
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GAINESVILLE, Fla. -- No. 18 Florida plays at No. 23 Tennessee on Saturday, with a very early lead in the SEC's Eastern Division on the line. The Gators (2-0, 1-0 SEC) have won seven in a row in the series, which includes three victories in Knoxville. It's the first time since 2007 that both teams come into the game ranked.

Here's five storylines for the game:

1. Run game is key: The team that has run for more yardage has won 20 of the last 22 meetings (2000 and 2002 were the exceptions), and UF has outrushed UT by an average of 154.7 yards to 46.4 during the Gators' seven-game win streak. Both teams have run the ball well through the first two weeks of the season. Tennessee is averaging 187.5 yards per game while Florida is averaging 181.0 yards per game. Florida RB Mike Gillislee is the SEC's leading rusher (231 yards) but he's dealing with a groin injury, although he practiced this week and UF coach Will Muschamp said Gillislee would be fine. UT is getting good production out of Rajion Neal (118 yards) and Marlin Lane (106 yards).
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