Pease Defends Gators Offensive Performance vs. Toledo
GAINESVILLE- The Associated Press may not have liked Florida's offensive performance, but Gators offensive coordinator Brent Pease said today that he was happy with the offensive output in the Gators 24-6 win over Toledo on Saturday.
The Gators got bumped down to #12 in the AP poll, at least in part to a less-than-spectacular margin of victory, and Pease admitted the Gators left points on the board.
Still, he said the offense played well and praised quarterback Jeff Driskel for his decision-making.
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