Saturday, September 18, 2010
Short yardage still a problem for Gators
By Chris Low
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. -- Grinding it out continues to be a problem for Florida's offense.
And without Tim Tebow, teams are all playing the Gators the same way. The Gators couldn't get a yard against Tennessee in the first quarter. They were stopped on third-and-1 and then tried again on fourth down and a foot, and Emmanuel Moody was stuffed.
Those third- and fourth-down conversions aren't quite as easy with No. 15 no longer around.