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New offense excites Driskel

HOOVER, Ala. -- The 2012 season followed the script the coaching staff wanted. The Gators were build with a dominant defense and special teams, so the offense controlled the clock and limited turnovers. The 2013 season was marred by injuries and the loss of Jeff Driskel. Now healthy, the 2014 Florida offense finally has the clearance to do whatever it must to score points.

It’s a foreign concept to most of Gainesville and didn’t sit well over the last two seasons, even when Florida earned a Sugar Bowl berth at the conclusion of the 2012 season. Will Muschamp knew his defense was one of the best in the country. He had a punter and kicker that each finished as one of three finalists for the postseason award given to the best at the position. That led to minimal... Recommended Stories

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