Florida stacked with offensive playmakers if OL, QBs do their part – SECcountry.com
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Looking at Gators’ strengths coming out of spring
Florida coach Dan Mullen could have some interesting decisions come fall as the Gators offensive staff determines how to divide carries between its deep collection of rushers and how to best utilize its bevy of talented wide receivers.
Of course, to properly maximize those playmakers, the Gators need to figure out an answer to a couple of even tougher questions concerning who plays quarterback and whether or not the offensive line can take a step forward.
That’s a well discussed topic that will be rehashed umpteen times more between now and the season opener, but in the meantime, SEC Country took a deeper look at the rest of the offense, what position battles remain and the aforementioned units loaded with talent.
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In other Florida football news Recruiting roundup Gators soccer player tweets she’s cancer free The best news in Gator Nation on Tuesday came from Florida freshman women’s soccer player Lauren Evans, who tweeted that she is now cancer free. For background, FloridaGators.com’s Chris Harry detailed Evans’ November diagnosis of acute myeloid leukemia and her optimism that she would win her battle. So far, so good.
& JUST LIKE THAT…. I AM CANCER FREE!!!! GOD DOES AMAZING THINGS 🎗
— LO‼️ (@Lauren_Evans999) April 24, 2018
Florida baseball takes another midweek setback The No. 1-ranked Gators took a midweek loss for the second week in a row, falling 6-4