Dan Mullen and the Gators are looking forward to a “November to Remember” as Florida hits the stretch run of the season with all their goals still in front of them before facing Georgia, Vanderbilt, Missouri and Florida State to close out the season.

According to Mullen, the Gators will face those teams at full strength as receiver Kadarius Toney, linebacker Jonathan Greenard and defensive lineman Jabari Zuniga are all set to return for the Nov. 2 showdown against Georgia in Jacksonville.

Obviously, that news is huge for the Gators and their chances to win the SEC East this season. Mullen was happy to share that news Tuesday morning during an appearance on SiriusXM show “SEC This Morning” hosted by Peter Burns.

“We expect all three of those guys (Greenard, Zuniga, Kadarius Toney) to be back for the Georgia game,” Burns shared on Twitter.

Toney has been sidelined for the Gators since the second game of the season, Greenard has not seen the field since the Auburn game and Zuniga has been very limited and has only played against LSU following the second game of the season.

Without Florida’s two best front seven players, the Gators’ stingy defense has had a tough time getting to opposing quarterbacks. Against LSU, the Gators did not register a sack, which was a key stat in Florida’s only loss of the season.