Gators working on fixing pass rush 

March, 28, 2012
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GAINESVILLE, Fla. -- There has been a ton of attention paid to Florida's emphasis on creating more turnovers this spring, and rightly so after a season in which the Gators managed just 14 -- the fewest single-season total since the school began keeping fumble stats in 1950.

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Kim Klement/US PresswireFlorida defensive end Ronald Powell has been a spring standout.
But another area in need of significant improvement on defense has gone largely unnoticed: the pass rush.

The Gators had 28 sacks last season, and while that was seven better than the 2010 total, it was still the second-lowest single-season total in the past seven seasons. Defensive coordinator Dan Quinn assured everyone on Wednesday that while other people may be overlooking the pass rush this spring, he certainly isn't.
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