Florida coach Will Muschamp expects a smooth transition at the running back position, even though the Gators lost 1,000-yard workhorse Mike Gillislee.
Florida loses 1,000-yard rusher Mike Gillislee but hopes that a struggling passing offense uses the offseason to become more of a threat.
The Gators made some strides on offense, but an old problem with their receivers wasn't resolved during the 2013 season.
Mike Gillislee hates doing interviews. What he doesn't hate is hard work, work that has allowed him to lead the SEC in rushing thus far.
With Mike Gillislee's injury history and the workload he'll face as Florida's starting tailback, the Gators need quality depth and a clear No. 2 back to emerge.
While his players have never been to Texas A&M, Florida coach Will Muschamp has. And he told his players to get ready for an SEC-like atmosphere.
A look at Florida's season opener Saturday against Bowling Green, where the Gators hope their offense starts to take shape.
After graduating two productive seniors, Florida might appear to have a problem at running back. But coach Will Muschamp is confident in his options.
In its search for playmakers on offense, Florida is giving the ball to converted RB Omarius Hines, and he's running with it.
Players on both sides of the rivalry begin hearing about the Georgia-Florida game during the recruiting process.