Florida signs its share of ESPN 150 prospects, but the Gators also show they can turn top recruits into top college players.
Predicting where Florida's draft-eligible players will be selected on what should be a banner NFL draft for the Gators.
To understand why Florida's on-field production has declined since it's national-title season in 2008, one need look only at its performance in recruiting.
The Gators made some strides on offense, but an old problem with their receivers wasn't resolved during the 2013 season.
The Gators rode Mike Gillislee to an unconvincing win against FCS Jacksonville State. They'll need more Gillislee and more offense next week if they want to beat arch-rival Florida State on the road.
Will the Gator offense finally wake up after playing poorly against one of the nation's worst defenses? Florida is running out of season to fix its problems on offense.
One of the key formulas for Florida's success is winning the turnover battle. The Gators are taking better care of the ball and forcing more turnovers than the last two years.
Jadeveon Clowney's combination of size and athletic ability has made him a focal point for the Florida offense this week.
Florida's players know what Steve Spurrier did in Gainesville. But they were too young when it happened to see him as anything but the South Carolina coach.
In the wake of a season-changing win over LSU, Florida coach Will Muschamp is working hard to ensure the win doesn't change his approach or that of his players.
Florida's offensive line proved against LSU it can no longer be called soft, as the Gators rode running back Mike Gillislee to a huge statement victory.
Florida's offensive line has shown sizable improvement thus far, especially in the running game, but the scope of that improvement will start to be tested against LSU on Saturday.
As the Florida Gators take advantage of a bye week, GatorNation analyzes each offensive position. But do they all receive a passing grade?
A look at Florida's season opener Saturday against Bowling Green, where the Gators hope their offense starts to take shape.
It's not just the quarterbacks. Florida will have several positions battles during preseason practice, and GatorNation's Michael DiRocco has a breakdown of each.
The Gators are still haunted by a winless October last season, but they're using those painful memories to fuel offseason workouts and improve in 2012.