The Florida Gators may have won 11 games last season, but the picture on offense was by no means rosy.
Quarterback Jeff Driskel struggled throughout the campaign. He finished his sophomore season with only 2,054 total yards of offense. As a result, the Gators finished with a passing attack that ranked a dismal 118th.
It also forced offensive coordinator Brent Pease to keep a limited playbook and rely heavily on his talented backfield.
Fast forward a few months, and Pease is currently looking for ways to kick-start his offensive unit.
But this will be no easy task.
Here are five challenges confronting Pease as the 2013 season draws ever closer.