Gators improving before or Georgia rivalry game

By: Scott Rossman Email
By: Scott Rossman Email

GAINESVILLE, Fla- Following their bye week the Gators are getting set to play rival Georgia in Jacksonville Saturday.

Urban's boys coming off the embarrassing home losses to LSU and Mississippi State, in the latter they scored just 7 points. That's further evidence there's something seriously wrong with that offense, be it scheme, coaching, execution, talent or a combination of all four.

"I'm not going to share much with you, but we have modified quite a bit. I'm obviously not going to say, 'Here's what we're going to do,' but things are modified and the injury issue, the personnel issue, is real so that's going to help, I'm thinking." Coach Urban Meyer said. "I'm going to let you know later this week and see how it goes, but it doesn't look like us out there. It doesn't look like BANG. I want to have the thud. We all want that. How do you get that? You recruit it.You develop it. You coach it. You make sure you're practicing the mess out of it. That's kind of where we're at. "

Meyer says Florida's placekicker Caleb Sturgis, who's missed 3 games after hurting his back lifting weights, will likely be ready Saturday, and Chris Rainey, coming off suspension, could also play.

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