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Posted by ESPN.com's Chris Low
Some leftover residue from Florida's 56-6 annihilation of South Carolina last Saturday:
The Gators have averaged 52 points against the three Top 25 teams they've played this season. Nobody has come within 28 points of them during their six-game winning streak, and the South Carolina game was the fifth straight in which they've scored at least 42 points.
South Carolina All-SEC receiver Kenny McKinley said he hasn't seen anything like the Florida team he saw last Saturday at the Swamp.
"They better win the national championship," McKinley said. "I can't see a team out there that can hang with those guys."
Spurrier said this Florida team was "much better" than the 2006 team that won the national championship.
"They're an awfully good team," Spurrier said. "They've got a collection of players that are maybe the best in the country right now. Too bad we don't have the playoff. If we had the playoff, you could throw Southern Cal in there versus Florida. That would be one I'd like to watch."