Getting The Rock Through A Hard Place: Florida's Offensive Strategy Working Through 5 Games
GAINESVILLE- When Florida Gators offensive coordinator Brent Pease met Will Muschamp for the first time to interview for his current job, Pease said Muschamp went straight to the film of Boise State-a team whose innovative offense was giving every football program west of the Mississippi River fits.
Pease believed it would work in a BCS conference as well, and the proof is in the offensive output of the Gators so far this year.
Florida ranks third in the conference in rushing yards, and despite running the ball 58 times to just 12 pass attempts last week against LSU, the Tigers defense was still unable to slow down the Gators in the second half-and in order to do that, Pease and Will Muschamp say that a team must be creative in their formations, blocking schemes and personnel groups.
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