Season 2013, Gators

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  1. fsupenguin

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    Season outlook.
    This Gators squad comes equipped with everything needed to win a championship. Speed all over the place with a pair of WRs that hit 99spd, and 7 players in defensive secondary that hit 96spd or better, plus great speed at QB, TE, LB and even both of the lines move fast. In short there is no real reason that this team cannot win it all, but we will have to see though if the coach can manage to avoid laying an egg like he did twice last season.
     
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    Weeks 1-5

    The Gators rolled with relative ease through the first several weeks of the schedule, with the defense especially playing well as 21 of the 48 points surrendered in 5 games were the result of an offensive turnover that was taken back for a touchdown. The offense does not look to be too concerned over these early mistakes, as freak bounces and tipped pass were the cause of all but one of the turnovers by the Gator offense to this point. The main issue encountered at this point looks to be players staying healthy, primarily at the QB position. While no player is currently on the injury list, starter Trey Burton failed to finish each of the 1st 4 games of this season, forcing uber talented true freshman Antwan Clifford into service in 4 of the 5 games. With road games against Arkansas, South Carolina, and most important LSU, still to come, keeping Burton healthy might be difference between a championship and not evening winning the SEC East. But the only thing currently on the Gators radar is the Ole Miss Rebels, which in spite of their 2-3 record, are expected to be the biggest challenge faced to this point of the season.
     

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