Gators need a little fun and gun to go with ground and pound

Florida needs offense. The defense won 11 games in 2012 and can't be expected to carry the entire load against a daunting schedule. Jeff Driskel (64%, 1646 Pass Yards, 12 TD, 5 INT) played pretty well in a conservative offense, but mostly used his legs to move the chains. Florida's void of playmakers on the outside. Freshmen Demarcus Robinson and Ahmad Fullwood might be called upon if Quinton Dunbar (36 Rec, 383 Yards, 4 TD) and Trey Burton (18-172-1) can't make plays. Mike Gillislee is gone. Mike Jones (275 Rush Yards) is ready to step in along with Mack Brown (102), but freshmen blue chippers may take over there as well with ESPNU #1 rated RB Kelvin Taylor and the 15th rated RB Adam Lane. The offensive line brings back 3 starters and 87 starts led by Jon Halapio and Jonathan Harrison. Transfers Max Garcia (Maryland) and Trey Moore (Nebraska) provide depth