Florida Gators offensive coordinator Brent Pease is happy that his team is undefeated, but isn't fully satisfied with his unit. In their last two wins, the Gators have gained 502 yards rushing and 138 passing. The Gators are currently in last place in the SEC in passing yards with 870, which is more than 100 yards behind the Auburn Tigers.
In an interview with Josh Jurnovoy of the Tampa Bay Times, Pease is most concerned about the opposing teams starting to load up their defense to stop the Gators' run game:
"If you are not balanced in what you do, they're going to start loading things up," Pease said. "But when they have an answer to that we have to have our answers back."
The Gators are preparing for the South Carolina Gamecocks and defensive end Jadeveon Clowney. He is third in the conference in tackles for loss and sacks. Even though the Gators are undefeated on the season, a loss could put the Gators in danger of falling out of first place in the SEC East with their game against the Georgia Bulldogs looming.