Our 3 losses came against 2 very good teams and one average team. Although we all must admit last year we had a few really close games the could have gone sour for us. If you're a DC, you have to know uf's bread and butter is running, especially between the tackles as to set up JD for read option. UF rarely throws on first down and doesn't throw all that much deep. If I'm the DC, I want to get uf in plenty of 3 and longs (6 yards or more). I know uf loves wr screens and short crossing patterns in the middle. I also know that uf's OL is average and can be beaten and that JD can be stripped of the ball. So, goal is to stop the run, esp on first and second downs, bring a safety up, run blitze. Force uf into plenty of long third downs, and blitz forcing either an errant throw or sack or stripping the ball. Until uf can show they can throw it over the top, I'd play tight. I would also on third down drop a d tackle into coverage for the middle crossing pattern on third and long. Gameplan, get uf in lots of third and longs and chances are good for turnovers. Tight coverage and force uf to beat you over the top. This won't work with cream puffs but if i'm lsu, uga, usce and sow, they have the personnel to do it. PS, i do not consider um a strong D, but more than not we shot ourselves in the foot. Bottom line imo uf is not that hard to defend especially if a D has depth at dl.