Florida running back Jordan Scarlett watched the Gators get dominated by Georgia 42-7 from his couch in 2017, in the wake of a suspension due to a credit card scandal with some of his teammates.

In what might be his final World’s Largest Outdoor Cocktail Party, Scarlett detailed his mindset going in to the game, according to Rivals.

“This is a little bit (personal), but then again it’s a rivalry,” said Scarlett. “It’s always important to me because it’s the next game and it’s a rivalry. I’ve loved Florida-Georgia every year since I’ve been here. So just going to keep that same attitude.”

Since returning to the team this season, Scarlett has carried the ball 70 times, racking up 381 rush yards and 3 touchdowns in seven games. Scarlett splits carries fairly evenly with junior Lamical Perine, who has 3 touchdowns and 376 yards on 69 carries this year.

Scarlett commented on his relationship with Perine as well.

“We’re always competing,” he said. “If he breaks one, I’m like ‘You know I’ve got to get you back, man. I’m going to try to break one too.'”

The redshirt junior has not made any announcements regarding his future at Florida, but hinted to Rivals that this would be his final season.

“It gives me extra motivation,” he said. “Probably going to be my last time I’m in the orange and blue going into that game, and that game’s special, holds a lot of history. Just want to be a part of that history.”

Florida and Georgia kick off in Jacksonville at 3:30 ET on CBS.