If the Florida Gators are going to become the Auburn Tigers of the 2014 season, they must take major strides offensively. The offensive line needs to do a better job in protection, the running game needs to average more than 3.6 yards per carry and the quarterback, well, it's no secret that the position needs a serious makeover.
To take this offense from the bottom of college football to a respectable ranking that could make Florida a contender is no easy task. It's why new offensive coordinator Kurt Roper is being paid the big bucks, but not even he has all of the answers. The players will have to do a little soul-searching as well and simply perform better than they did last season—some much more than others, of course.
It'll take a total team effort, but here are the key offensive players who really need to step their game up. It includes a wide receiver who has been nonexistent his whole career, an offensive lineman who's struggled for two years and, wait for it, a quarterback.