Florida Football: Five Quick Fixes for the Gators' First-Half Woes

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Florida Football: Five Quick Fixes for the Gators' First-Half Woes
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The Florida Gators still have not hit their offensive stride yet, or at least what we expected it to be this season.

The biggest issue for Florida is starting the game off slow, as if Urban Meyer hit snooze until halftime.

Florida took 18:11 to put points on the board against Tennessee, and it was the fourth time this season the Gators have gone at least 17 minutes without scoring.

The Gators have used their talent and depth to overcome these horrendously slow starts, but it’s not going to cut it once the competition turns it up a notch.

Here are five things the Gators can do to open things up and generate some early points to kick the first-half swoon.

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