#14 4-1 (2-1) Overview of the season so far Well before the season started there was a lot of hype in Gainesville about the possibility of being a nation title contender after putting up a impressive 9-1 finish after the switch at head coach with coach Carder's lone loss coming to then #1 Arkansas by 1 score. There was rumors that Michigan was going to be making a trip to The Swamp but at the last minute that fell through. The Gators are running a new offense this season switching over from the spread to a more pro style offense and it showed in there first game as they trailed Idaho 6-3 at the half but were able to bounce back and get the win in the second half. After the slow start against the Vandals the offense got it going early against Eastern Michigan and were able to cruise to a nice win. After the nice 2-0 start it was time to face rival Tennessee in Knoxville to start the Gators three game road trip and boy was it a crazy game as the Florida defense didn't show up and the Tennessee offense was unstoppable. Jacoby Brissett put up an impressive stat line throwing for over 600 yards with 7 touchdowns but the effort was in vain as the Gators fell 58-56. Then the NCAA started taking interest in Brissett's recruiting and it wasn't looking good so Coach Carder left him at home for the Kentucky game which was another barn burner but thanks to two defensive touchdowns in the 2nd half the Gators would escape 34-24 to go to 3-1. With the return of Brissett for Mississippi State things looked like the offense would get back on track but Brissett left the game with a mild concussion and the coaching staff road senior running back Mack Brown to the victory to improve to 4-1 on the season. Offensive Playmakers QB Jacoby Brissett Stats: 55-84 1,018 Yards 13 TD 4 Int 254.5 YPG 65% QB Rating: 208.80 Jacoby Brissett has been the leader of this offense and even with the NCAA investigation he has played very consistent this season even with the new offense. The Gators will need Brissett to keep this type of play up as they face some tough opponents here the next few weeks. RB Mack Brown Stats: 93 Attempts 631 yards 6.7 AVG 4 TD 126.2 YPG Mack Brown has thrived in this new offense even though the touchdowns haven't been there for him this season he has been the work horse for this Gator offense. With Brown being able to get the run game going for the Gators it really opens up the play action pass. WR Latroy Pittman Stats: 24 Receptions 480 Yards 5 TD 96.0 YPG 216 YAC 3 Drops Latroy has burst onto the scene this year as a legitimate go to receiver even though he is the #2 on the depth chart its always good to have two #1 capable wideouts on the field. Pittman had a monster game against Tennessee and has been the Gators best deep threat. Defensive Playmakers LOLB Antonio Morrison Stats: 36 Total Tackles 15 TFL 3 Sacks 2 FF 1 FR 1 TD Antonio is in his true junior season and is the leader of this very talented Gator defense. Morrison leads the team in tackles and is only 8 tackles away from matching last years total. He is a sure 1st round pick but there is always the possibility that he comes back for his senior year. CB Marcus Roberson Stats: 9 Tackles 4 Int 3 Pass Deflections 2 TD Marcus Roberson has finally broken out as a star corner for the Gators as last year he showed glimpse's of being a top level corner but was overshadowed by Jaylen Watkins. Roberson was all over the place in last years bowl win against Wisconsin and that play has carried over to this season. ROLB A.J. Henry Stats: 31 Tackles 10 TFL 1 INT 2 FF 1 TD You can't say much about a TRUE freshman who comes in and just makes plays for you other than "WOW" and that is exactly what AJ Henry has done. The #1 OLB from last years recruiting class and the top standout of the Gators class has been nothing short of excellent in his first season on campus and we can't wait to see what he does the next 2-3 years. Big Games Remaining Week 8 vs #1 Alabama: Again the Gators face the #1 team midway through the season hopefully this year they are on the winning end unlike last year. Week 10 vs Georgia: This game will always be on here as its the the Biggest Cocktail Party and is one of the biggest rivalry games outside FSU. Week 13 @ #6 South Carolina: Whooped up on the Cocks at home last year and they don't have Lattimore anymore I look for the same result in Columbia. Week 14 @ Florida State: This is a HUGE rivalry game that heavily impacts recruiting in the state of Florida and we look to gain that edge as we travel to the Doak. Outlook for remainder of the season I believe we can go 10-2 to finish the regular season and head to the SEC Championship and after that its up to the pollsters but I will be happy with whatever bowl game we get in. I hope the recruiting trail heats up for us soon as we lost two commits to other user head coaches 1 to PAgamer07 at USC and the other recruit went to SuperBowlNachos and South Carolina. All in all I think we have a good season and finish strong and come back ready to dig in 2015. Go Gators!!!