Florida Working To Improve Pass Attack

By Blake Bass
Content Coordinator

Florida_Jeff_Driskel_2013In an era when many college football programs opt to attack through the air with spread offenses, the University of Florida was bit of a throwback last season.

The Gators’ ground attack averaged 188 yards per game, which ranked 39th among FBS teams. Florida’s passing game, however, finished 114th among FBS teams with an average of 146 yards.

Though the running game helped the Gators reach the Sugar Bowl, Florida had eight come-from-behind wins last season, which can be linked to the offense’s inability to score early. The Gators also scored the third-fewest points in the SEC East.

In 2013, Florida fans can expect to see a more explosive and balanced offense from the Gators, who enter the season ranked No. 10 in the country.

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