Florida's stars will be counted on to perform next fall, but the team will need contributions from everywhere in order to compete. Here are some under-the-radar candidates who will need to shine.
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.
Florida has a lot of holes to fill on its 2013 depth chart. Michael DiRocco looks at a handful of players who could emerge as key contributors.
Florida sophomore quarterback Jeff Driskel has shown steady improvement in 2012. Now he and the Gators are hoping he is ready to take a big step forward in the Allstate Sugar Bowl and into 2013.
Louisville head coach Charlie Strong won hearts, minds and national championships when he was the defensive coordinator at Florida.
The five most surprising performers for the Florida Gators in 2012, a quintet that played much better than last season or exceeded expectations.
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.