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Gators pleased with win but know there’s work to be done

November 21, 2020


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One of the telltale signs of a great team is when it wins a game by multiple scores on the road, and yet the performance still feels like a disappointment.

Gators pleased with win but know there’s work to be done

440 Views | 2 Replies | Last: 7 days ago by gatrkd50
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See what Bamma did to UK thats what a complete team does. This team better get it together against UK because of they play like they did today UK will beat them. And dont take what Bama did to UK as going to be a replay because teams that get hammered the pror week usually play alot better the next. Our dfense needs alot of work at this point they cant beat Bama ,
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Mullens words he knows theirs are problems with his defense

No, it was a concerted effort from me to get guys in the game the whole game," he said after the game, a bit tersely. "I want to roll guys early, I don't think we did defensively. I think offensively we did a good job of that, on defense I was a little disappointed. I got on it, we haven't been rolling guys and I'm like 'Hey, I want to roll these guys through.' We've got a long season, you've got to develop guys, we've got to stay fresh for four quarters and the best way to do that is roll guys through and build depth and experience. And you've got to do it early in the game and I don't think; that's something I will address: that that wasn't done earlier in the game."

Bottom line is that Florida will continue evaluating the defense to figure out why things haven't been progressing quicker. So far change has been slow.
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