Offensive line probems crippled offense
Florida's sputtering offense started with the line's inability to run or pass block
Originally Published: November 16, 2011By Michael DiRocco | GatorNation
GAINESVILLE, Fla. -- Florida's offensive line has been the Gators' most disappointing unit in 2011. The group struggled in pass protection and was only able to open holes in the running game against teams with below-average defensive fronts. The poor play of the line is perhaps the main reason the Gators averaged the second-fewest points (30.7) and passing yards (190.2) per game since 2003, the fewest rushing yards per game since 2002 (144.0), and fewest yards per game (334.2) since 1988.
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