Gators Winning Games, Not Style Points

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GAINESVILLE — Even when his Florida Gators were 7-6 last year and enduring one of the UF's worst seasons in more than two decades, Will Muschamp didn't shy away from advocating the famous philosophy of Bill Parcells

And, likewise, he's certainly not going to apologize now for standing behind that same Parcells philosophy:

"You are what your record says you are."

Right now, Florida's record is 10-1 and the Gators are ranked No. 4 in the country with a puncher's chance of advancing to the BCS national championship game. Believe it or not, it could conceivably happen if the Gators beat No. 10-ranked Florida State Saturday; undefeated and No. 1-ranked Notre Dame loses to Southern Cal; and/or No. 3 Georgia loses to Georgia Tech and then beats No. 2-ranked Alabama...

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