Saturday, October 31, 2009
Florida's offense looks good enough
By Chris Low
Posted by ESPN.com's Chris Low
I’m sure there will be some Florida fans out there that are still not satisfied with the Gators’ offense.
And, no, this isn’t an offense that’s going to generate the highlights the one last season did. The reality is that the Gators spoiled everybody with how good they were last season on offense.
All that said, Florida has looked much more in sync in building a 41-17 lead over Georgia in the fourth quarter.
Tim Tebow has thrown the ball well, and he’s also spread it around to Riley Cooper, Aaron Hernandez, Deonte Thompson and David Nelson.
There’s not a Percy Harvin on this team. We’ve all gotten that through our heads by now.
But when the Gators play the way they have Saturday offensively, coupled with their defense and kicking game, that should be plenty good enough for them to be right back in the national championship equation come December.