Gators’ offense will be focusing on red zone issues against Georgia

While Arkansas takes the week off, their next opponent has a rivalry game that will give Hog Country a chance to do some scouting.

Florida faces Georgia in the World’s Largest Outdoor Cocktail Party. And, yes, I’m aware that’s not the politically correct term, but I don’t care and we’ll address all of that mandy-pandy stuff at a later time.

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The Gators’ offense has been, well, lacking since about 2009. When Tim Tebow left, Florida’s entire offensive philosophy seemed to go with him.

Coming up, they’ll face a Georgia team that has been giving up points and, in fact the Gators are a 7.5-point favorite in play betting on sports.

Edward Aschoff of ESPN.com looked at the Gators’ red zone issues and how they will be looking to improve it this week.

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Florida has been doing it with defense this year and that’s what Arkansas fans may be most concerned about after last week’s game against Auburn where the Tigers just dominated the Hogs’ offense.

Former Hogs quarterback Clint Stoerner talked on the Paul Finebaum Show on Wednesday about how — on paper — the Gators are very comparable to Alabama defensively.