John Brantley thought the show was all his this season now that Tim Tebow is gone, but Gators coach Urban Meyer says Monday he wants to use a two-QB rotation this fall.
Let's start looking ahead to the humongous game set for Tuscaloosa Saturday, the 9th ranked Gators heading north to take on top ranked Alabama. Urban Meyer and Gator Nation no doubt feeling better about their offense in the wake of a convincing win over Kentucky.
Freshman Trey Burton emerging as a Tebow like threat inside the red zone, a 6 touchdown performance for Burton.
That coming just in time as Florida preps for the rematch of last year's SEC title game, which was the Gators last loss.
Florida Head Coach
"This is a game obviously with a lot of national attention. A game you know a lot of people are asking is there a payback? You know I think a good majority of our team wasn't even with us last year during that game. We have a lot of respect for their personnel. The last several years it seems like these two teams find ways to win games. This will be one of those great environments in the SEC that we go play in, so we better locked and loaded, so everybody has to be on point. All in is something that we talk about, everybody's gotta be all in."
One Gator who may not be is running back Jeff Demps. He's going to skip a few practices this week with a sprained foot, they say he could still play Saturday, but that's iffy.
The Tide meanwhile coming off the come from behind win on the road at Arkansas. We'll hear from coach Saban tonight at ten, and in fact we'll be talking about this game all week long. Bama by the way opening as a 9 point favorite.