Pease Hopes Motion Offense Will Be Smooth Adjustment for Gators
GAINESVILLE, Fla. - The bells and whistles of a Boise State offense brings new hope to a Florida football team, but only time will tell if the new offensive coordinator can fix last year's stagnant offense.
Brent Pease firmly believes a ground-and-pound approach is best, and that's just fine with head coach Will Muschamp.
Pease, coming from a successful Broncos program in Boise, still brings the pre-snap motion that drove defenses crazy in his six seasons at Boise State.
He just hopes his quarterbacks and the rest of the Gator offense can get over the mental "gymnastics" and execute when necessary.
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