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Chomping at Bits: Florida's offense is better than you think, but needs to step up

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Florida's offense has been able to do just enough in six of seven Gators wins so far. Will "just enough" be enough for the rest of the year?

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Florida's offense isn't as bad as you think: Yardage totals being down because of short fields makes some sense. (T. Miller, Jean Shorts Torture)

Florida's offense needs to improve: But the idea of a turnover-forcing defense always being reliable does stretch credulity to a point. (Matt Hinton, Sunday Morning Quarterback)

Aaron Murray needs a fast start: I wouldn't trust Aaron Murray as far as he can throw the ball for a fumble while being whipped down for a sack. (Bill Connelly, SB Nation)

Georgia's offensive line looking to rebound: If I'd just been part of a bad effort against Kentucky, I would be, too. (SB Nation Atlanta)

Percy Harvin is just different: And he's making his mark on the NFL by being even more outstanding than he was here. (Mark Craig, Sporting News)

Oregon's unique recipe: The Ducks' defense is really good, which you might not realize. (Steve Tannen, Duck Territory | 247Sports)

Will Hill vs. Georgia in 2010: I know Hill's long gone at this point, but Florida having him step up in 2010 was a nice surprise.

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