He hasn't played a down all season, but No. 3 QB Tyler Murphy has been critical in helping the Florida defense prepare for mobile quarterbacks -- like Louisville's Teddy Bridgewater.
Will Muschamp has brought Florida back into national relevance, but what he hasn't brought is a win over Georgia or Florida State. He gets his second shot at the Seminoles this weekend.
With so little production from its wide receivers, Florida has no choice but to make the position a high priority in recruiting.
With the Georgia loss behind it, Florida looks to bounce back against a Missouri team that has struggled in SEC play.
Georgia's defense took away Florida's running game and forced the Gators to take to the air, where they failed to make enough plays to overcome six turnovers.
A big reason why the No. 2 Gators are unbeaten is because their coaches are making all the right halftime adjustments, and the players go out and execute.
In just his first season as a starting quarterback, sophomore Jeff Driskel is playing relatively mistake-free for the undefeated Gators. He'll need to keep it up to beat Georgia.
After the Gators dominated the rivalry with Georgia for more than 15 years, the intrigue has returned to the World's Largest Outdoor Cocktail Party over the past five seasons.
After giving up two fourth down touchdown passes in last season's loss to Georgia, the Florida secondary, ranked No. 3 in the nation, is looking for redemption against the Bulldogs.
A defense full of returning starters coupled with a buzzworthy new Brent Pease offense have the Gators looking up after a dismal few seasons, and Will Muschamp knows that nothing less than a December game in the Georgia Dome will be enough.
Top-seeded Florida rolled through the Gainesville Regional this weekend, capping it by routing second-seeded Georgia Tech 15-3 on Sunday night.
No. 19 Florida bounces back from a deflating loss at Tennessee with renewed focus on defense. The result is a 70-48 victory against Georgia.
After Saturday's sloppy and unenergetic SEC-opening loss to Tennessee, Billy Donovan treats his Gators to a two-session practice to get ready for Georgia.