First some stats: TOP Florida - 39:48 Toledo - 20:12 Plays Florida - 70 Toledo - 54 Rushing Yards Florida - 262 - 5.5 YPC Toledo - 50 - 3.1 YPC 3rd down: Florida - 6-12 Toledo - 1-13 Muschamp put it all together for me in his post game press conference. He was worried about Toledo's offense, especially given that UF was down 2 DL in the rotation, missing his MLB, and his starter at corner. Given that, he wanted to control the clock and keep his defense off the field. They took a few shots downfield, but purposefully played it conservative to avoid having the D on the field and it showed. That is why UF was in complete control of the game from start to finish and they were never in any danger of losing the game. Florida was efficient on offense in the first half, converted 50% of their third downs on the day, and most passes were right on the money and well timed, and Driskel would have had some sick stats on the day if not for a couple of drops, especially the one by Patton. The only real concern that I had was again, pass protection on longer pass plays, which broke down on 2 of the 4 attempted longer pass plays that were called (that I noticed). The fact that both ended up making it to Driskel AND getting the ball on the ground was very concerning and they need to clean that up. Also, I know it was crazy hot out there yesterday, but the team can't come out flat like that in the 3rd quarter, which was evident. 2 3 and outs against an offense like that could have been catastrophic, and that was the one point in the game where I was even just a little concerned. One last concern was that Florida only had three drives over 50 yards, but that is somewhat mitigated by the fact that Florida dominated the starting field position for most of the game. Special teams played well. I don't know if those kickoffs to the 10 were on purpose, but that was the only worry on ST. Christy wasn't putting a lot of power into his punts, and I believe that was because they did not want to give Reedy too much room to operate, although i can't say for sure. But coverage was great all day. Roberson is going to break one for a TD this year, and his 72 yards on returns really helped with field position all day (average starting FP was the 36 yard line). Penalties were a little worrisome, and the DL needs to be coached up to watch for little tricks like that from centers, which aren't uncommon. The substitution penalty on the punt was on the refs, they didn't clearly declare play was ready. All in all, I thought it was a good game, and I like what I saw. UF looks like a better all around team than last year.