Gators Offense To Expand, Says Brent Pease

The Florida Gators travel to College Station, TX to face the Texas A&M Aggies in A&M's first-ever SEC Conference game on Saturday. Florida offensive coordinator Brent Pease hopes to show more on offense against the Aggies than he did in the season-opener against Bowling Green, according to GatorZone.com.

"This is a growing process. I want it to be more than what it is right now,'' Pease said Tuesday. "You are always going to see different things. I want to be more productive. I want to be better on third downs. I want to score more points. We need to create more first downs. I want to be more balanced in run and pass. Is that all going to happen in the first game?"

Pease comes to the Gators from Boise State, where he led an explosive Bronco offense. Florida fans are hoping he can do more of the same with the Gators, but offensive transformations don't happen overnight and SEC defense are tougher than the squads in the MWC and WAC.

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