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 No. 4 Florida Gators, who have the nation's toughest schedule and a 10-1 record, are content to win ugly all the way into a BCS bowl.
Florida's offense is suspect this season, the Gators have been effective with the screen pass.
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 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.
Florida is counting on its offensive line to make progress this fall. So far this spring, coach Will Muschamp says he is pleased with what he has seen.