Gator Nation gets ready for Florida-Georgia game day on Twitter

Florida football fans are tailgating and getting ready for kickoff between the Gators and Georgia Bulldogs. The World’s Largest Outdoor Cocktail Party has commenced outside of EverBank Stadium, and the fans are showing their excitement in the Twitter-verse.

The Gators are underdogs going into Saturday’s showdown but the Florida Faithful is (for the most part) maintaining hope that their team will pull off a miracle in Duval County.

The entire College Gameday crew chose the Dawgs to be victorious on ESPN, meaning UGA will keep its sensational 24-game win streak alive.

Let’s take a look at the pregame vibes within the Florida fanbase.

Florida football says "Good Morning"

A look at the Gator Walk

Some stats from Brett McMurphy

A sign of things to come?

Some motivation from the past

Brandon Spikes is ready

A look inside EverBank Stadium

Some more Gators spirit

Napier looking clean in a suit

Florida Gators warm up

A view outside EverBank

2024 blue-chip recruit and legacy Gator

Former Gators quarterback chimes in as well

One of many prep prospect visitors

Pregame love

Not called The World's Largest Outdoor Cocktail Party without reason

Another early view of the stadium

Tebow and Spikes

One of many to make the trek

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