GAINESVILLE, Fla. (AP) - The first thing Florida coach Will Muschamp showed his players this week was a list of mistakes.
He put all the errors from Saturday's 14-6 win over LSU on an overhead projector.
His message was loud and clear: There would be no more celebrating around the football facility, which was a raucous scene last Saturday. Long gone was all the screaming, shouting and dancing. Even Muschamp's stage dive in the middle of the locker room was a distant memory.
It's back to business for No. 4 Florida.
Muschamp wanted his team to realize the importance of handling success. After all, it's been nearly three years since Florida has been so highly ranked or won five consecutive games. How will the Gators respond?
Muschamp says, ``We'll see Saturday night'' against Vanderbilt.

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