Florida Football: 10 Ways the Offense Needs to Change in 2013

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Florida Football: 10 Ways the Offense Needs to Change in 2013
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Jeff Driskel enters the 2013 season as the unquestioned starter at quarterback

The Florida Gators offense was broken in 2012. 

The writing was on the wall from the very beginning, as Florida struggled to put points on the board against Bowling Green in the season opener. The offense continued to struggle throughout the season, but it's hard to complain about a team that is winning. 

Florida's offense was one-dimensional, unimaginative and just plain hard to watch at times last season. With the defense set to lose most of its returning starters next season, the offense will need to pull its weight. 

With so much room for improvement, let's take a look at the top 10 ways Florida's offense needs to improve in 2013. 

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