Posted October 20, 2012 on florida.scout.com
Everyone seems to want to mess up the magic formula that has the Gators at 6-0 and ranked third in the country. A stout defense, exceptional special teams, and a strong rushing offense have led the way to the strong start, but folks are crying for more balance on offense. The Gators would probably like there to be more pop in their passing game, but will do whatever it takes to win games.
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