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Gators QB Situation is 2-Good

At times in the first three games of the season it appeared the Florida Gators might have a problem at quarterback. Johnny Brantley seemed at times to be every bit out of place in this offense as Chris Leak did for much of the 2005 and 2006 seasons.

We all wrote stories and/or made comments about how this was another "square peg/round hole" situation that wasn't working. After all, Florida's junior QB is a natural, downfield passer, yet the Gators were averaging just 151 a game through the air after their wins over Miami (OH), USF and Tennessee. It just wasn't working. Saturday night in The Swamp was a clear indication that if the Gators...