Florida has constantly talked about how its offense will be better in its second year under coordinator Brent Pease. If SEC track records are any indication, the Gators have reasons for optimism.
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.
With the Georgia loss behind it, Florida looks to bounce back against a Missouri team that has struggled in SEC play.
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.
It might have seemed laughable a month ago, but because of Jeff Driskel's play at quarterback, the Gators have a chance to play for the SEC division title.
Florida might be undefeated and No. 2 in the BCS standings, but the Gators' passing game isn't the reason why, as Florida is last in the SEC in passing yards per game.
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.
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.
Even though Florida is in first place in the SEC Eastern Division, the Gators know it's still a long road to Atlanta
Once a highly touted recruit who did little on the field, nose tackle Omar Hunter is finally tapping his vast potential in his senior season.
Just like last year, the Florida Gators are 4-0 with a tough October slate looming. But this year they insist they are better, pointing to depth and improvement at key positions as the reasons why.
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.
The success of second-year coaches recently has put some pressure on Florida coach Will Muschamp, but the Gators coach stays consistent in his mission to build the UF program.
The Florida Gators only have one game -- against Bowling Green in the season opener -- to work out the kinks in their offense before SEC play begins at Texas A&M.
Redshirt senior defensive tackle Omar Hunter has been impressed with what he called old-man strength from juco transfer Damien Jacobs.
Florida had at least one receiver earn first- or second-team All-SEC honors in all but one season from 1990-2009. Lately, however, the Gators can't find a threat at receiver.