The Florida Gators came into the season ranked fourth in the country largely on the basis of all of the supposed talent they brought in over the past few seasons.
But, after losses to LSU and Alabama, it's safe to say the Gators aren't as good as we thought they would be.
There is still time for the team to turn things around, and they still control their destiny in the SEC East. But the way things stand, the Gators aren't much more than an average team at best. Certainly a far cry from a national title contender.
So what slipped between the cracks in the preseason assessment of the Gators? Why aren't they as good as we, or at least the pollsters, thought they would be?