The college football world will be watching Gainesville, Florida, Saturday, as the battle of two top 10 teams takes place.

The Auburn-Florida game is one of the biggest in the SEC for 2019. We’ll learn which team is a contender and which is a pretender.

Auburn enters with arguably the best defense in the nation and a freshman quarterback in Bo Nix, while Florida’s defense is the most disruptive in the nation, along with an efficient quarterback in Kyle Trask.

So, what gives? Kirk Herbstreit joined SportsCenter Saturday morning to explain the biggest key to the game.

“Well, I think the biggest thing they have to do is stop the jet sweep,” Herbstreit explained on SportsCenter. “Florida’s defense is known for rushing the quarterback, but today, forget Bo Nix initially, it’s about being able to stop the jet sweep and the physicality of the offensive line.

“If they can get Nix into passing situations with this crowd, that’s where Florida would be in a position of having a big advantage in this game. Can they hold up against this run game that’s been developing over the last few weeks? Bo Nix is coming off his best game. The kid has a lot of moxie for a true freshman. Let’s be honest, I know he’s been to Kyle Field; he’s never been to The Swamp. This is a completely different animal as far as what he’s going to be asked to do, and if he’s sitting there looking at 3rd and six or 3rd and eight, it could be a long afternoon for him and the Auburn offense.

“Auburn’s running game to me is the key, which is the jet sweep and being able to get the ball inside. If they can do that, they can have a good day. If not, that’s where Florida’s defense will really get after them.”

Can Florida stop Auburn’s running game? It’s going to be fun finding out.

The Gators and Tigers kickoff at 3:30 p.m. ET on CBS Sports.