Gator fans had a myriad of worries heading into the 2012 season. Their team had yet to officially commit to one quarterback, and they were forced to wonder if the squad's lack of toughness during the previous campaign was only a fluke or a developing problem. These were only two of the potential issues that concerned the Gainesville faithful.
Luckily for them, their worries turned out to be unnecessary for the most part.
The Gators won 11 contests and once again became a legitimate threat in the SEC. Thanks to the contributions of many talented defenders and an effective rushing attack, they were able to win close games with regularity.
While these elements of Florida's game should remain just as effective in 2013, there are a few other areas that have the potential to be trouble spots for Will Muschamp and his staff.
As the Gators hit their summer break, here are five positions that could turn out to be very worrisome.