The No. 4 Florida Gators, who have the nation's toughest schedule and a 10-1 record, are content to win ugly all the way into a BCS bowl.
The price of scheduling nonconference "cupcakes" is going up for Florida, which spent more money this season than it ever has to fill its schedule.
Limiting LSU's success on the ground is Florida's top priority on defense and getting linebacker Jelani Jenkins back - provided he's cleared to play with a cast on his fractured right thumb - will help.
At 4-0 and with LSU looming on the schedule, the Florida Gators will take their bye week to watch their own film and make corrections before looking ahead to Oct. 6.
Florida has to deal with its turnover problem if it wants a key nonconference victory against Arizona on Wednesday night.