Kim Klement-USA TODAY Sports
Desperation is a stinky cologne, but it's one that Florida head coach Will Muschamp and offensive coordinator Brent Pease were forced to wear this spring.
With five healthy scholarship wide receivers (including all-everything player Trey Burton) available, none of whom are established downfield threats, the Gator coaching staff moved starting cornerback Loucheiz Purifoy to the offensel in an attempt to kick-start the stagnant Gator passing attack.
That passing attack finished last in the SEC last season, averaging just 146.3 yards per game.
While quarterback Jeff Driskel takes the majority of the heat for Florida's passing woes, the inability of players like Andre Debose and Quinton Dunbar to stretch the field is a big reason why Florida was one-dimensional last season.