The Blog is back for the '13 edition, featuring a daily dose of your hottest Crop news from the NCAA and the National.Football.League. The draft is done, so over the next couple of week's the blog will begin to breakdown each team's season prospects, starting with the #1 overall pick Florida Gators: The Gators are coming off a lack-luster 7-6 campaign, but there is good news in Gainesville: coach Muschamp is out and coach 2Bits is in! Coach Bits will bring with him a wealth of arm-chair quarterback experience to The Swamp. Oh...and the best recruiting record in the Crop. No doubt coach Bits will own the state of Florida in recruiting in no time, especially in the southern portion of the state. Here is a breakdown of Florida's season: Offense question mark: Driscoll or Brissett? Coach Bits will have to decide quickly on which sophomore signal caller will get the nod. Both guys were top recruits out of high school. Brissett has a slightly bigger arm, but Driscoll is a mobile threat. Coach Bits has been known to use mobile QBs off the bench, so look for this as a possibility if Jacoby Brissett wins the job in camp. Key Player on offense: Mike Gilislee (RB). With a young QB under center, Gilislee will have to be productive. He is the type of balanced combo back that every coach (outside of Urban Meyer) loves to have. The Gators will need Mike Gilislee to play big in '13 Defensive question mark: The secondary? Florida was TERRIBLE in the defensive backfield a year ago. With Janoris Jenkins on Mary Jane Island, the Gators were forced to start an inexperienced group in the secondary. The coaching staff is hoping that a year of experience will go a long way. Matt Elam & Pop Saunders should be solid. Can Jalen Watkins (brother of Clemson stud SO Sammy Watkins) step it up in '13? Key player on defense: Dominique Easly. #2 is a stuuuuuuuuud on the inside. Combined with Shariff Floyd and Ronald Powell, Florida's D-line will be a force this season. Schedule: Although the full schedule is not out, the Gators will travel to TAMU on September 8th to open SEC play. Florida will also renew its rivalry with Miami and host LSU in October. Rumor has it that Florida could also host either Ohio State or Michigan State in a reported Big Ten / SEC Challenge. Keep in mind that Michigan will play Alabama on September 1st in Arlington Texas. Prediction: 9-3. The biggest two games on this team's schedule are Georgia and South Carolina, period. If the Gators can win 9 games and the SEC East, then that will be a hell of a start for coach Bits.