Urban Meyer talks about "something missing" in the aftermath of another serious Gator letdown in the Swamp.

By: Scott Rossman Email
By: Scott Rossman Email

To college ball and the aftermath of yet another hideous performance by Urban Meyer and his team's offense in a home game. Give some credit to South Carolina, who went to Gainesville and whipped the Gators 36-14, giving the Gamecocks their first ever berth in the SEC Championship game. No doubt about it though, the Gators looked unprepared, and downright lost in that game, a third home loss for a team that began the season top five in all the polls.

Urban Meyer
Florida Head Coach
¶"There's a void in our team right now, somewhere, and that's what I'm trying to figure out what it is. Whether it be energy level, whether it be chemistry, there's a little bit of a void and we've experienced that. We've always been a high-energy, up-tempo, chest-bumping, flying-around team, and I see the same thing you guys see. I don't see that. I see it from some. So there's a void somewhere in there that we have to recruit to it, develop it and coach the mess out of it."

Florida, now 6-4, will play it's final home game Saturday against Apalachian State, before coming to Tallahassee on the 27th.


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