Why receivers have struggled at Florida 

July, 22, 2013
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GAINESVILLE, Fla. -- What used to be a strength at the University of Florida has become the program’s major weakness.

The Gators used to churn out All-SEC receivers on a somewhat regular basis. At the very worst, there’d always be a UF player or two somewhere in the annual list of the league’s top 10 receivers.

But in the past three seasons, UF’s receivers haven’t exactly matched that kind of production. In fact, they’ve been downright unproductive – and they’re the main reason UF’s passing offense has had its worst three-year stretch since 1987-89.
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