Don’t expect a Gator letdown Saturday at Vanderbilt

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“He has done a good job of making great decisions with the football,” Casey said. “He hasn’t had too many turnovers and his touchdown-to-turnover ratio is pretty healthy.

“He has thrown balls away that didn’t need to be pressured in there and he has done a good job of running the football when he can get out of the pocket and nobody is open.”

Florida heads to Nashville this weekend to take on a struggling Vanderbilt team. After the Gators big win over LSU and with the ‘Cocktail Party” on the horizon against Georgia, could this present a classic “look-ahead” game that might find the Gators in trouble?

“No, I don’t think so because I know Dan Mullen and his staff well enough to know that they are not going to let this thing slip away,” Casey said. “If anything, Vanderbilt is going to have to earn a win because it’s not going to be Florida not showing up, or preparing the right way.

“I can promise you, with a bye week next week, the last thing this Gator team is thinking about is Georgia.”

Florida and Vanderbilt are set for a noon kick this Saturday with the game to be televised on ESPN.

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(You can follow Ryan Green on Twitter @RyanGreenGN)

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