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To put it bluntly, the Florida Gators' offense stunk in 2010.
And while the inept strategy of Steve Addazio played a major role in that futility, you can only blame the embattled offensive coordinator so much for the Gators' woes.
After all, Florida's offense was actually decent with Jordan Reed under center (when Addazio wasn't running him up the middle every single play).
Urban Meyer pinpointed the Gators' biggest problem this season as an inability to execute and he hit the nail on the head in terms of the quarterback position.
Brantley simply was not good enough to execute the offense. Reed could. Trey Burton could much more effectively than JB.
Granted, his two backups have skill sets more suited to the spread offense, but let's take the gloves off here—there's no excuse for Brantley to be this bad; after all, he spent three seasons practicing this offense and learning how to succeed with it from Urban Meyer and Tim Tebow—two college football legends.
Brantley certainly is not dumb, and if Chris Leak could run this offense efficiently, then Brantley should be able to as well.
Unless, of course, he just simply isn't as good as advertised.
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