Pease Believes UF Passing Game Will Improve in 2013
GAINESVILLE- After finishing the 2012 football season ranked last in the SEC in passing yards per game, Florida offensive coordinator Brent Pease sees nowhere for the receivers to go but up.
Citing more experience from the quarterback and better pass protection, Pease said he believes the Gators passing attack will improve in 2013.
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