Florida Football 2011: Grading the Gators Offense at the Midpoint of the Season

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Florida Football 2011: Grading the Gators Offense at the Midpoint of the Season
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The Florida Gators have completed half of their 2011 football schedule and are 4-2, and unranked in the polls. This is the first week that Florida has not been ranked this season, and marks the first time since 1982 that no team in Florida is ranked nationally. 

After a good first quarter of the season, starting 3-0, Florida has fallen off a little as the competition has risen, going 1-2 in their last three games. 

The Gators have faced adversity on many fronts, being blown out in consecutive games, and losing their starting quarterback have caused the Gators to take a step back offensively. 

As the Gators prepare for the second half of the season let's take a look back and see how each position has graded out through the last three games. 

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