All of Florida's Offensive Plays v. Toledo in 10 mins

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    The announcers were perplexed as to why Patton jumped on that pass he missed. I think it was obvious- he thought he was going to get ear-holed. His thinking was that if he jumped, the CB/Safety would be lined up more at his midsection rather than chest/head. Just look how many times he looks up field while he still doesn't even have the ball... He heard footsteps that weren't even there.
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    Wow... if you think that was "boring O" you got something wrong with you.

    I saw a lot of great looking plays on display there. Great running, guys getting open, a QB with a nice arm, etc.

    Loved it! Thanks for the post.
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    Very nice. Thanks.
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    Max Garcia stood out to me here. He bulldozed whatever Toledo threw in front of him in the run game.
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    Not boring, but definitely run-heavy, and in no hurry to score.

    UF ran the ball on its last 8 snaps of the first half and the last 10 of 11 snaps in the second half.
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    Safe to say we will not see a hurry up offense this year?
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    Muschamp said it Roberson had caught the punt right before the half we were going to try and score
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    coach Pease definitely likes to pull the backside guard on run plays. Also, that third and short fake FB dive/pitchout play that went for 29 yds was probably my favorite call of the game.

    stuff I really liked: our play-action out of 21 and 12 sets, Driskel's accuracy on rollouts, the unbalanced I power runs, use of the FB (both running and passing), seeing lots of crossing route combinations

    stuff I didn't really like: Jeff's pocket awareness on his first sack/fumble, the Wildcat, Patton's big drop on a beautiful playcall and throw

    overall a pretty positive first game. There wasn't a lot of downfield passing (10 yard square-ins aren't downfield passes) and we definitely left some points on the board, but I think it's way too early to start hand-wringing about the offense. Let's see where we're at after the next three weeks.
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    I just realized that the one time we looked like we actually might have been trying to go deep is when Jeff fumbled. They may have put a lid on deep throws after that pass protection break down.

    What I would like to see is more diversity in our 1st down play calls. Seemed to be about 90% run or throw behind the line of scrimmage.
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    I am sure we'll see it if and when UF is behind with little time left.
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    I hope we don't see it, which would mean we're ahead or within a few points most of the season. I'll take that.
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    Thanks maxgator great post
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    45 runs, 23 passes from what I counted. Just win baby.
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    Oh, it's definitely boring. At times. After 20-plus years of seeing some of the most brilliant play-calling in the passing game the game has seen from guys like Spurrier and Meyer, adapting to Muschamp's style has been a test; but his approach has won games.

    Honestly, I think the product will be far more enjoyable to watch if our offensive line can just keep it clean before the snap. And not get flagged for stupid holds. If you go back to last season, I think the penalties before the snap was one of the primary reasons why this offense stalled as often as it did. And for a unit without playmakers, a holding call isn't much different from a turnover. If it's third and twenty, without any legitimate threats to get the ball to, you're forced to make a conservative call that will lead to a punt on the following play. Third and ten is hard enough to convert in SEC play, but we were routinely in situations where we had to get fifteen yards-or more-on third down with a young QB, a line that couldn't protect its QB, and no playmakers. You can't have that with an offense built the way ours is.
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    i completely agree with your first observation, especially going back and seeing it again and the play calling that followed.

    the run favors us since we are so deep at RB. it opens up more in the long run. but just having guys like brown, jones, herndon, showers, taylor, t burton, etc. we could tire the hell out of defenses that eventually lead to huge gaps and biting on play action.
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    We had the ball for the last 6 minutes of the game and did it with those 10 rushes, which gave us first downs and also kept the clock running. It's hard to lose a game when you're ahead with 6 minutes left and the other team's offense never gets the ball back. Seems very smart to me.
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    agreed, all of our td drives where consistent.

    control the ball and you control the game

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