Chomped! Gators Hoping to Fix Offensive Mess

By: AP
By: AP

GAINESVILLE, Fla. (AP) -- Florida has two weeks to dwell on its
three-game losing streak.
Coach Urban Meyer says he will spend the time overhauling the
team's inept offense, which ranks 91st in the nation. What that
means is anyone's guess.
Will John Brantley remain the quarterback? Will Mike Pouncey
stay at center? Will Deonte Thompson stop dropping passes? Will the
Gators find solutions to their first-down and red-zone problems?
What about offensive coordinator Steve Addazio? Is there any
chance Addazio will relinquish play-calling duties after another
debacle?
Meyer says, "There's enough blame to go everywhere."
Florida lost 10-7 at home to Mississippi State on Saturday
night, giving the program its first three-game losing streak since
1999.

(Copyright 2010 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)


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  • by Michael Location: Gadsden on Oct 17, 2010 at 02:22 PM
    I was there folks, that's right a Seminole fan at the gators H/C. I really enjoyed myself, wonderful place to visit,can't really say anything bad except What happen to the gator football team ?? I heard a lot of BOOS coming from the fans and some were questioning the head coach. Any way , my son and myself had a good time in Gainesville.
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