Saturday’s biggest SEC game is The World’s Largest Outdoor Cocktail Party in Jacksonville between No. 3 Georgia and Florida.

It’s a big game for both teams, but for different reasons, as the Dawgs need to avoid an upset in order to remain in College Football Playoff contention, while the Gators need a win to stay alive in the SEC East race.

On Saturday morning’s SportsCenter, former Florida QB Tim Tebow (now an SEC Network analyst) said he thinks the defense will be the key to the game for the Gators.

“I think it’s the defense,” Tebow said. “I think it’s the front seven. They have to step up and they have to stop the run.”

Spears added that the Gators need to make some big plays on defense, as the offense isn’t likely to have much success against the Bulldogs.

“Turnovers are the key to this game for Florida,” he said.

Tebow said Florida’s only chance in this game is to get in Georgia’s head and force them to make mistakes. Therefore, he said the Bulldogs and coach Kirby Smart need to take emotion out of the game and take care of business.

“What Florida has to do is make this emotional,” he said. “They have to make it a street fight. If I’m Kirby Smart, I’m telling them to stay away from that. Let’s focus on X’s and O’s and get a W.”

No matter what happens, Saturday’s game should be fun to watch. The contest kicks off at 3:30 p.m. Eastern time and can be seen on CBS.