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Weis Finds Room for Improvement

Florida is averaging 37.7 points per game this season, but offensive coordinator Charlie Weis isn't happy. The Gators have come out to roaring starts on offense in each of the three games this season, but Weis still sees plenty of room for improvement. It's about fine-tuning some of the lesser noticed parts of the offense. Florida has a chance to do that this weekend on the road at Kentucky.

"Actually, I'm pretty disappointed," Charlie Weis said after Tuesday's practice. "Am I content that we've been able to move the ball consistently? Yes. Anyone who is meticulous with their preparation at this point in the season finds a lot of faults in things that we've done. I think we can get a lot better on offense than where we are right now." There aren't fundamental issues with the offense... Recommended Stories

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