Which of these Florida players can you root for?

The Florida Gators are the defending national champions.

This was not the team that came within a yard of a championship in 2013.

This is the team with the best record in the country heading into the postseason, and they will face off against Ohio State on Saturday in Columbus, Ohio.

We will see if the Gators can carry over their 2013 form, and what the Buckeyes will bring.

We’ll have an inside look at the Buckeye’s offense, and the Gators’ secondary, as they battle it out for the No. 1 spot in the polls. 

The Buckeyes are No. 2 in the AP Top 25 and No. 8 in the Football Power Index.

The Buckeyes led the nation with a 13-2 record and have an 8-0 conference record, including a win over Michigan State in the Cotton Bowl.

The Wolverines are No 1 in the league with a 10-2 mark and are the only team that is still unbeaten.

The Gators are tied for third in the conference with a 9-1 record, and are tied with No. 5 Ohio State.

The Big Ten is tied for sixth with a 6-4 record and No 1 Wisconsin. 

This matchup pits the Gators against a team that has been in the national spotlight the past few weeks.

Florida is coming off a 27-27 win over No. 4 USC, and Florida has a bye this week.

It’s the first time in three years that the Gators have faced a team ranked outside of the top five. 

Last week, Florida beat No. 12 Georgia, 31-24.

The two teams met on the road for the first and only time this season, but it was the Gators who came out on top in the second half, 34-17. 

Ohio State, meanwhile, is the first ranked team in the FBS.

The Badgers were the only unbeaten team last season. 

We’re getting ready for another week of college football action on the FSU and Florida sidelines.

Check back next week for the FCS preview, and for more football news from around the world.