The Florida Gators are facing college football's biggest obstacle: finding a starting quarterback that can consistently lead your team to victory.
John Brantley had his issues, but he has been the unquestionable starter over the last two years. Before him, Tebow, and before Tebow, Chris Leak.
Honestly, it has been almost a decade since the Gators have had to deal with this problem.
Now with Brantley graduated and no clear favorite in Will Muschamp's fold, it looks like it's going to be a battle of the fittest.
Front-runners Jacoby Brissett and Jeff Driskel are the two candidates after both seeing playing time last year, but neither has gotten the edge over the other thus far.
While Brissett has already been broken down, let's break down the other candidate.