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Gators Looking for Answers in the Red Zone

Florida offensive coordinator Steve Addazio believes the struggles in the red zone for the offense are easily fixed. It comes down to taking care of the ball and executing when points are possible.

"In the red zone, we've had four turnovers and four missed field goals," Steve Addazio said. "You change both of those, the numbers aren't out of whack at all. We've got to take care of the ball better, and the other issue is increase your touchdown level in there. "Red zone efficiently is clearly that we have four turnovers and four missed field goals. It's not hard to do the homework to figure... Recommended Stories

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