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Mullen: Offense Has a Ways to Go

The accumulation of injuries on the offensive side of the ball has slowed the progress of the Gator offense this fall, according to Florida offensive coordinator Dan Mullen.

The offense has lost Cornelius Ingram for the season, Percy Harvin and Louis Murphy have practiced little and offensive line starters Jim Tartt, Phil Trautwein and Jason Watkins have all missed time for one reason or another. Florida scrimmaged on Tuesday morning, and afterwards I asked Mullen if the injuries throughout the unit had allowed the offense to be where he wanted it to be at this stage... Recommended Stories

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