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A new rivalry for Driskel

Jeff Driskel doesn't have much knowledge of the Florida-Miami rivalry. The Florida quarterback was a sophomore in high school the last time the two teams played. The last time they played in Miami, Driskel was in elementary school. The unique set up of the rivalry keeps players on both sides from watching it while growing up, but that adds a different feeling for Driskel heading into Saturday.

"I saw Ahmad Black tweet the other day one of the scores to a game that we won. That's about all I know of the history of Florida-Miami," Jeff Driskel said with a laugh on Monday morning. Most of the players on the team know players on the other side. Whether Florida players were on the same team or faced current Hurricanes in high school, there's plenty of familiarity. The Gators recruit South...

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