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The Florida Gators are looking to upset the No. 3 Georgia Bulldogs on Saturday.

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Florida-Georgia week is here

The annual Florida-Georgia rivalry game takes place Saturday in Jacksonville, and the direction of the Gators’ season teeters on how they perform this weekend. Florida has a three-game win streak in the series but is the major underdog against No. 3 Georgia. However, the upset-minded Gators aren’t completely out of the picture yet even though they have an uphill battle.

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Gators land big-time commitment

Class of 2018 4-star offensive lineman Richard Gouraige committed to Florida on Friday in an SEC Country exclusive video. Gouraige, the No. 10 tackle in the class according to the 247Sports composite, said he is motivated by his mother’s triumphs since moving to the United States from Haiti.

“She only came with the clothes on her back,” Gouraige said. “So coming over here was pretty hard. She had to go to school and work three jobs. Could barely speak English. She only knew Creole and French, so she struggled.”

Closer look at Matt Corral

Gators quarterback commit Matt Corral had another stellar week, throwing for 320 yards and 5 touchdowns while playing just the first half in an 81-0 win on Friday for Long Beach Poly, Calif. Corral’s work ethic and drive has been praised by former NFL linebacker Antonio Pierce, and the quarterback remains optimistic about what is in store for him at Florida.

In other Florida football news

Volleyball sweeps

The No. 4 Florida volleyball team went 2-0 this weekend, winning 3-0 at Alabama on Friday and 3-1 at Auburn on Sunday. The Gators are now 16-1 this season and 8-1 in SEC play.

Soccer gets big road win

The No. 20 Gators soccer team defeated No. 11 Tennessee 2-1 on Sunday in Knoxville to improve to 13-4 this season and 7-2 in the SEC. Florida is third in the SEC standings with one conference match remaining. The Gators close the regular season on Thursday with a home match against SEC leader South Carolina (8-0-1).

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