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Written by Daniel Thompson, August 7, 2013, 0 Comments,

The Florida Gators had a Jekyll and Hyde football team in 2012. At times, it was their rather pathetic offense and their lack of ability to score points against pedestrian teams; while at other times, they played like world beaters who were only a few plays away from an SEC East championship, or perhaps even a National Championship game appearance. Ultimately, the Gators finished 104th in the country in offensive output (one spot ahead of 2-10 Eastern Michigan), while conversely, the team finish...

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Daniel Thompson

About Daniel Thompson

Dan Thompson is a 2010 graduate of the University Florida, graduating with a degree in Economics and a degree in Political Science. During this time at UF, Dan worked three years for the Florida Gator Football team as a recruiting ambassador. Dan dealt daily with prospects, NCAA guidelines, and coaching staff. Dan was also involved in Florida Blue Key, Student Government and Greek Life. Currently, Dan works as an Executive Head Hunter for a Tampa-based company. Dan enjoys golfing, country music, gin, travel, oysters, and a medium-rare steak. Dan has previously covered the Gators extensively on BourbonMeyer.com; on Twitter @DK_Thompson; and as the administrator of TheGatorsDaily.com.

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The Florida Gators had a Jekyll and Hyde football team in 2012. At times, it was their rather pathetic offense and their lack of ability to score points against pedestrian teams; while at other times, they played like world beaters who were only a few plays away from an SEC East championship, or perhaps even a National Championship game appearance. Ultimately, the Gators finished 104th in the country in offensive output (one spot ahead of 2-10 Eastern Michigan), while conversely, the team finish...

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