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Offensive Replacements: How the Gators will fill starting roles

March 25, 2021
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Florida spent 15 spring practices preparing to replace a slew of last year’s starters, including two Heisman candidates and multiple starters across the offensive line. Florida’s offensive production in 2020 was record-breaking, going down in the history books as one of the best teams in Gators' football history. But alas, Florida has plenty of holes that need to be filled before the start of the 2021 season, most notably at left tackle, quarterback, and slot receiver.

Offensive Replacements: How the Gators will fill starting roles

1,630 Views | 8 Replies | Last: 5 mo ago by Dan the Man
Romeg8r
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Clearly Pitts will be the hardest to replacement. But that production does not have to come from one player.
GatorDMD
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I think Toney will be the hardest because we don't have anyone like him on the team.

How did we not get Smith or Leary last year.
Jburgess
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I think it's Toney.
cyclogator
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No love for Trask. I think he is the hardest to replace since it will cause a change in tactics across the entire offense as well as being the single point of failure to find out who replaces Pitts and Toney.
Drell40
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U know why they got paid from bama
dkuf
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agreed. Florida has plenty of talented in a deep tight end room that will make the transition a bit easier.
dkuf
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Trask was great, but Jones has a higher ceiling and should be able to add more to the offense as a whole. Mullen is a mastermind and will adjust to his players accordingly, so I'm not overly worried about replacing Trask.
Dan the Man
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It looks like the bottom line is we're going to be worse on offense next to no matter what.

We might run better but we're going to pass a lot worse.
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