Tuesday's Take: This season's offensive line issues are a temporary problem

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It has been tough to watch Florida's offense throughout this season. Though the team has succeeded in spite of their mediocre statistics, it is evident that what has been holding them back most is the performance of this year's o-line. Kyle Trask is frequently under pressure, and the team cannot establish the run as there are no blockers opening holes for backs to get through. But this issue won't persist for long. This line is young and still has talent worth developing. Yes, they have made mistakes, but this is a worthwhile experience that could lead to positive development heading into next season. Not to mention the emphasis Mullen has had in recruiting more offensive line prospects in spite of the young group the Gators are currently featuring. I don't expect the position to take a monumental leap next season, but I expect positive growth that will result in a much more competitive offense come next season.
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Typically the best O lines are made up of upper classmen. We will get there.
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