Photo: Gators coach Will Muschamp celebrates following another win for the Gators on Saturday.
The Gators recorded another eye-opening win on Saturday with a 44-11 romp over South Carolina and former Gators coach Steve Spurrier.
Florida improved to 7-0 and can clinch the SEC East title outright on Saturday in Jacksonville with a victory over Georgia.
Here is a look at what the state and national columnists wrote in the wake of Saturday's win, Florida's eighth in a row dating back to its Gator Bowl win over Ohio State in January:
--Florida's strange BCS recipe is working writes Mark Schlabach of ESPN.com.
--ESPN.com's Chris Low writes that the Gators' transformation is no accident.
--Gary Shelton of the Tampa Bay Times writes that Gators coach Will Muschamp earns rite of passage in win over Steve Spurrier.
--The Gators are too good to ignore writes Dan Wolken of USA Today Sports.
--Gators at 7-0 in an unusual way writes Gainesville Sun columnist Pat Dooley.
--Gators QB Jeff Driskel an unlikely hero in Saturday's win writes Michael DiRocco of ESPN.com's GatorNation.
--ESPN's SportsNation wants to know -- How far can the Gators go? You can click here to vote.
--Martin Fennelly of The Tampa Tribune writes that it's time for Gator fans to start believing.
--Florida shows off punishing brand of football in rout over South Carolina writes Andy Staples of Sports Illustrated.
--Sporting News columnist David Whitley writes about former Gators coach Steve Spurrier's latest visit to The Swamp.
--Another statement win for Muschamp writes Mike Bianchi of the Orlando Sentinel.
--Look at us now is the headline on this story by Matt Hayes of The Sporting News.
--Palm Beach Post columnist Greg Stoda writes that Florida's defense-oriented formula works, but how long will it last?
--Florida Times-Union columnist Gene Frenette writes that Gators' biggest obstacle now might be overconfidence.