Miami vs. Florida: 5 Best Ways for Stephen Morris to Exploit Gators' Defense

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Miami vs. Florida: 5 Best Ways for Stephen Morris to Exploit Gators' Defense
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Stephen Morris will face one of his biggest tests in 2013 on Saturday afternoon.

Stephen Morris is the starting quarterback and offensive captain for the 2013 Miami Hurricanes, and he is emerging as a top prospect for the 2014 NFL draft.

But he doesn't have a marquee win in his college career at this point.

That can change, however, on Saturday.

But he must earn every single yard against a terrific Florida Gators defense.

Florida's defensive line, including Dominique Easley and Dante Fowler Jr., constantly pressures and disrupts opposing backfields. The linebackers, headlined by Ronald Powell, usually make every tackle on the second level. And the secondary, though undeniably young, is full of the vaunted SEC speed.

But the unit is not unbeatable—it's simply rather difficult.

Although there are just a handful of ways to take advantage of the Florida defense, Morris has the talent to find these areas and help spring an upset on the 12th-ranked Gators.

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